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Monday: Speaking at a rally in Jacksonville, McCain declares that "the fundamentals of our economy are strong."
Tuesday: McCain explains that he meant to say American workers are fundamentally sound, and the economy itself is in "crisis." But, he adds, this crisis does not warrant bailing out insurance giant American International Group, which should be allowed to fail..
Originally posted by Ian McLean
I think his actual phrase in the debate, repeated at least twice, was "a cool hand at the tiller".
Which was interesting, because the first time, I could swear I heard him say "a cruel hand at the tiller".
He said the nation needs "a cool hand at the tiller" and, later, "a steady hand at the tiller."
Originally posted by Crakeur
find one without the bleeps and shoot me a link, otherwise, I'm calling BLEEP.