Joe B. torches John McCain’s feeble Jeckyll/Hyde assessment of the economy.
“At 9 a.m. on September the 15th, when everything was crashing. John McCain said the fundamentals of the economy are strong. 11 a.m. on the same day, he said we’re in a great economic crisis. That’s what we Catholics call an epiphany.”
“The problem with John’s epiphany is not that he saw the light – he saw the presidency slipping from his grasp.”