Sunday, October 12, 2008

Finally, Paulson Says Something Sensible

Finally, Henry Paulson says something sensible: "Although we in the United States are taking many extraordinary measures to ease the crisis, we are not pursuing policies that would limit the flow of goods, services or capital, as such measures would only intensify the risks of a prolonged crisis." Somebody tell Obama this fact (which begins "we are not...", as the extraordinary measures he's mentioned haven't done a thing to ease the crisis), as Obama has threatened to impose tariffs and trade barriers against other countries if he's President.

With either Obama or McCain, we have two idiots who know nothing about economics. The only difference is that McCain admits it.
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