Sunday, October 19, 2008

This pretty well says it all

In today's New York Times, columnist and critic extraordinaire Frank Rich sums up the McCain campaign so succinctly that his piece should be required reading for every so-called pundit and political observer:
As if the Palin pick weren’t damning enough, McCain and his team responded to the financial panic by offering their own panicky simulation of the Bush style of crisis management in real time. Fire the S.E.C. chairman and replace him with Andrew Cuomo! Convene a 9/11 commission to save Wall Street! Don’t bail out A.I.G.! Do bail out A.I.G.! Reacting to polls and the short-term dictates of 24-hour news cycles, McCain offered as many economic-policy reboots in a month as Bush offered “Plans for Victory” during the first three years of the Iraq war.


pinkocommiefags said...

"I pledge allegiance to the fags, of the United Socialists of America. And to the Negroe for whom they bow. One Islamic nation, with no God, highly divisible, with shitty healthcare and enough murdered babies for all"

lapsednewsguy said...

oohh...good one.