Saturday, April 19, 2008

A Simple Question

On Thursday, April 17, 2008 in a television interview, John McCain stated, in yet another valiant effort to have it both ways:

. . . you could make an argument that there's been great progress economically over that period of time [the Bush years]. But that's no comfort. That's no comfort to families now that are facing these tremendous economic challenges.

McCain was criticized by Senator Obama in an appearance before an estimated 35,000 people on Independence Mall in Philadelphia the following evening. However, it is now up to the media to ask Mr. McCain:

Senator, you stated that an argument can be made that there has been great progress economically over the seven-plus years of the Bush presidency. Would you make that argument for us now?

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