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Posted on Jul 14, 2008

How does someone go from being a trusted economic adviser to being a prospective ambassador to Belarus? Ask McCain fixture Phil Gramm, who dismissed America’s economic problems as a figment. Here with more, the nation’s finest talking heads.

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By Fadel Abdallah, July 15, 2008 at 7:34 pm Link to this comment

“Here with more, the nation’s finest talking heads.”
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I don’t no if the above statement was used seriously or in jest, as a sarcasm!

Those spinners of news and users of weapons of mass-deception proved to be more dangerous to the security and well-being of our country than a thousand Osama bin Laden!

I agree with my friend, “the beerdoctor” that “watching these useless beltway pundits is enough to give anyone a sense of depression.” 

Especially this sick redneck called George Will, who I see as an epitome of evil and hypocrisy!

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By KMarx, July 15, 2008 at 10:05 am Link to this comment
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It’s interesting that people like Will, Gramm and others who say there is no recession; and Americans have a low threshold for pain, are themselves multi-millionaires. Most never worked an honest day in their lives’. They sold their souls to Corporate America from day one. Let’s not kid ourselves; Gramm said what he did because he was told by his party. Republicans want to leave office hoping they can fool the American people again by making them think that we are winning in Iraq and not are in recession. After Obama is installed, Republicans will be the first to say that America is in recession and we are losing in Iraq.

BTW: Didn’t you just love Mark Sanford’s attempt to find differences between the economic policies of Bush and McCain!!!

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By thebeerdoctor, July 15, 2008 at 8:51 am Link to this comment

Watching these useless beltway pundits is enough to give anyone a sense of depression. It bodes ill for Senator McCain to seek advice from Phil Gramm, a totally venal imbecile. Senator Obama is right on this one, we already have one Dr. Phil, we certainly don’t need another.

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By xyzaffair, July 15, 2008 at 7:49 am Link to this comment
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Phil Gramm Cracker voted for deregulation of the banking and energy industries that led to this “mental recession.”  His wife, Wendy, served on the board of directors of Enron.  It says a lot about McCain’s lack of judgement that he selected Gramm as his economics advisor.  Obama didn’t select Jesse Jackson for anything.

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By Marion Ross, July 15, 2008 at 5:34 am Link to this comment
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Mr. Will, do not forget to check that your trousers are on. You had led the crusade against the adultery while dividing your time between a mistress and a wife.  Who would trust your word? Other double-thinkers?
You are miserable, laughable.

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