Phil Gramm was not "off message." McCain's economic platform rests on the premise that the nation's economic challenges are minor and primarily psychological.
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McCain wants us to put him in charge of the world's leading economy, but he is outsourcing his intellectual and philosophical responsibilities in that area. It seems to be part of who he is, just like Bush.
John Kerry on Obama's platform: "People on our side of the fence have just got to wake up to realize that, you know, you're not going to agree with somebody one hundred percent of the time."
You have a foolish, self-promoting pastor or you have an out of touch, let-them-eat cake, arrogant advisor and official surrogate and spokesperson who insults Americans. Which is worse?
WASHINGTON — A top economic surrogate for Republican presidential candidate John McCain doesn't think people are paying much attention to what p...
In an interview, McCain adviser Phil Gramm stands by his controversial comments about the economy: calling the recession "mental" and America a "natio...
Americans aren't whining. They are voicing their justified frustration with policies that put profits over people. They have had it with politicians who stand in the way of change.
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