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Tuesday, October 7, 2008

'turn the page' and ignore the economy - That's what you do when you're out of touch, out of ideas, and running out of time

That the McCain campaign now wants to 'turn the page and ignore the economic mess that he has helped create over the last 8 years is both comical and repulsive. His main intention is to confuse the American Voter who has been working so hard to make ends meet just to be shortchanged by the McCain/Bush era. The 72 year old Arizona senator understands only too well that his "poor judgment" over the last 8 years in supporting over 99.99% of the Bush administration's failed policies is the cause of all the hardship in Main street and Wall street America.

For instance, John McCain was cited by the Senate Ethics Committee in 1991 for "poor judgment" for taking part in the meetings with regulators but said his role was minimal. The committee ruled three senators improperly interfered with an investigation of Lincoln Savings and Loan, whose collapse cost taxpayers more than $2 billion. Its head Charles Keating was convicted of fraud. - Watch Video

Latest polls show that Mccain is lagging behind senator Obama. In the CNN national polls of Polls, McCain has been trailing Obama by as much as 8 points. The septuagenarian is now at the point of desperation, trying to sweep the economic mess they have helped create under the carpet by cooking up and spreading lies about senator Obama.

"You have seen a 26-year Senate veteran morph into an angry, desperate candidate in the last few weeks, especially in the last few days," Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown of Ohio told ABC. "And it just kind of makes me sad ... that John McCain and Sarah Palin are resorting to these tactics."

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