March 15, 2009
Here’s straightforward video evidence of proobamedia bias. Compare the media’s treatment of McCain with barry. That one statement by McCain sewed up barry’s victory. It was the final thing they could sezie on. Well, not final. There was the false “unsubstatiated” allegation of “Kill Him!” made by a reporter who works for a barry endorsed newspaper. It never happened. Straight from barry’s Secret Service.
Check out the the stock market visuals 9-15 and 3-15. Note the precipitous drop right after he was nominated.
MCCAIN: Economy fundamentally strong.
Conservative Talk Radio host Laura Ingraham discusses the economy with Sen. John McCain.
Transcription courtesy of thinkprogress’ RYAN POWERS
INGRAHAM: And now look: the dollar’s weak, we have serious competition from abroad, government is running a deficit.… What are the Republicans going to do if China ultimately overtakes us economically and does that matter?
MCCAIN: I still believe the fundamentals of our economy are strong. We’ve got terribly big challenges now, whether it be housing or employment or so many of the other — health care. It’s very, very tough times. It’s very tough. But we’re still the most innovative, the most productive, the greatest exporter, the greatest importer.
MCCAIN: Fundamentally strong.
McCain’s famous last words blown out of proportion. barry won the economy debate because of the economy – not because he had any plans.
Our economy, I think, still, the fundamentals of our economy are sound – but theses are very, very difficult times.
BARRY: Fundamentally strong.
Obama on the stump in Colorado discussing the economy.
After this immediate problem, we’ve got the long-term fundamentals that will really make sure this economy grows.
A whole lot of changes in between – still no clear plan.
PETER ORSZAG: Fundamentally weak.
Well, I think fundamentally, the economy is weak. Job losses began in January of 2008. The stock market started declining October 2007. This has been, you know, eight years in the making, and again, it’s going to take some time to work our way out of it.
BARRY: Fundamentally sound
[See MTP video below]
BARRY: If we are keeping focused on all the fundamentally sound aspects of our economy, all the outstanding companies, workers, all the innovation and dynamism in this economy, then we’re going to get through this.
DR CHRISTINA ROMER: Fundamentally sound.
GREGORY: Are the fundamentals of this economy sound?
DR. ROMER: Well, of course the fundamentals are sound in the sense that the American workers are sound, we have a good capital stock, we have good technology. We know that, that temporarily we’re in a mess, right? We’ve seen huge job loss, we’ve seen very large falls in GDP. So certainly in the short run we’re in a, in a bad situation.
And this week?