Friday, October 31, 2008
posted by Spencerblog at
The author ends his piece with:"For campaign staffers too busy to click, let me summarize the key findings: Sen. McCain’s plan would produce twice as many jobs as Sen. Obama’s plan, and leave middle-class families with, on average, $1,500 more in after-tax disposable income. And you can quote me on that."The real problem is that his "findings" aren't worth the paper they are printed on. Rea Hederman has a long history of being against minimum wage increases, and failing to acknowledge the growing gap between rich and poor. He minimizes job loss reports and cherry picks favorable random upward fluctuations as though this false equivalence balances the losses.Obama shouldn't quote this guy in any context, because he is such an economic hack. Rather, he should point to this guy's embrace of McCain as yet another example of how McCain=Bush on policy.
I question Obama's heritage. Among the many secrets he keeps hidden, he still has never released his real birth certificate.
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