Here's one question though that I'll bet the boys there wish they could retract:
Which candidate has demonstrated a firm grasp of the economic issues facing the nation, and which has fluttered from proposal to proposal, desperately searching, by all appearances, for political traction rather than genuine solutions?Bad timing, eh guys? The latest on who's economic proposals are "fluttering":
McCain: Obama will say anything to get electedIn other words, Obama altered his plan, "desperately searching for political traction."
Kansas City Star
Ormond Beach, Fla. | John McCain, kicking off a cross-state bus tour aimed at keeping vote-rich Florida from swinging to the Democrats, on Thursday accused Barack Obama of saying "anything to get elected."
The Arizona senator said Obama had added a work requirement to his proposal to grant a 10 percent universal mortgage credit. A top Obama aide said the campaign added the requirement two weeks ago to avoid charges that the proposal provided "welfare" to non-working Americans. (link) [my emphasis]
Got any other reasons for supporting this loser, fellas?
Oh, yeah, his having made the better choice for vice president. Joe Biden.
Keep plugging that one. That'll certainly be a winning argument.