Friday, September 26, 2008

The Presidential Debate

So John McCain thinks it is more vital for him to attend the congressional bank bail out debate than to attend the first presidential debate. Is this the same McCain who, up until earlier this month, thought the American economy was in great shape?

Relying on McCain to fix the economy is like hiring my auto mechanic to give the space shuttle a tune-up.

Could it be that McCain is afraid to debate Obama, although the topic of the debate is something McCain is arguably more qualified to discuss -- the war in Iraq?

Many media types expect the first presidential debate to have a larger viewing audience than any other individual television program in history. Isn't McCain's appearance at the debate more important than any contribution he could make to our bank crisis?

I'd rather McCain sign up for a college course in economics than miss this debate with Obama. The country would be a lot better off if he did.

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