"There's been tremendous turmoil in our financial markets and Wall Street and ... people are frightened by these events. Our economy, I think, still the fundamentals of our economy are strong. But these are very, very difficult times. And I promise you, we will never put America in this position again. We will clean up Wall Street. We will reform government." —
McCain, speaking at a rally in Jacksonville, Florida the day Wall Street giants Lehman Brothers declared bankruptcy and Merrill Lynch was taken over
John McCainSept. 23, 2008
"I have not had a chance to see it in writing so I'd have to examine that."
—McCain, responding to a question during an interview with an NBC affiliate in Cleveland, Ohio, on whether he'd vote for the version of the bailout bill Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson first presented to Congress. Paulson had given Congress his three-page plan four days earlier.
Thank God for good beer...... it takes the pain out of Palin-ful choices
******** Serious UPDATE!!!
The AP reports:
WASHINGTON - The Republican National Committee is halting presidential ads in Wisconsin and Maine, turning much of its attention to usually Republican states where GOP nominee John McCain shows signs of faltering. ...........A poll in Wisconsin by Quinnipiac University of New York for The Wall Street Journal and the Web site of The Washington Post, taken after last week's presidential debate, had Obama at 54 percent and McCain at 37 percent.
Now maybe I can watch my favorite reality TV show,
'Singing With Bi-Polar Midgets Who Screw Dancing Movie Stars' in peace!!!!!!!!!!