Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin suggested Tuesday that it would be Sen. Barack Obama's policies that would spark the international crisis that Sen. Joe Biden has said would be likely within months of Obama taking office.Ok, so is Sarah Pallin gonna pull the plug on the american support for dictatorships???
"I guess we have to say, "Thanks for the warning, Joe,' " Palin, the Republican vice presidential nominee, told supporters during a rally in Reno, Nevada.
She speculated that instead of the crisis being generated by another world leader, as Biden suggested, an international crisis could be sparked by Obama's willingness "to sit down with the world's worst dictators without preconditions," to send troops into Pakistan to try to kill Osama bin Laden and other top al Qaeda officials, or to draw down U.S. troops in Iraq.
[ cf Palin: Obama's policies would spark international crisis ]
And didn't Plumber Joe explain that there were grave economic problems right now??? And what are we suppose to do with the crisis at hand:
Yesterday on CNN’s late edition, Chairman of the President’s Council of Economic Advisers Edward Lazear told host Wolf Blitzer, “We are seeing what I think anyone would characterize as a recession in certain parts of the country.”... Today, Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke echoed Lazear’s sentiments, saying that the nation is facing “a serious slowdown in the economy with serious consequences for the public,” but stopped short of labeling the downturn a recession.Thank GOD it is not like there is the still under resolved financial concern about which is the what of whom that the former president was doing about that fiscal stuff of the Evil Liberals of Wall Streeet....
But during a press briefing on Air Force One today, White House Press Secretary Dana Perino dismissed Lazear’s and Bernanke’s concerns. She argued instead that there are always “some regions” of the nation that are “hurting”:
[ cf Come Back to Stanford, Eddie Lazear! ]