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One of the most glaring failures of both John McCain and Sarah Palin in their debates has been their failure to pound Obama/Biden/the Dems on the Fannie/Freddie/Community Reinvestment Act debacles.

Why? Why? Why are they passing up a golden opportunity to expose the disastrous consequences of decades of Democrat social engineering, minority-mau-mau-ing, and crony pseudocapitalism?

Here are your answers.

The reality of McCain’s weak stomach for attacking the Left is a major downer after last night’s feisty performance by Sarah Palin.

It’s one of his fundamental flaws. I’ve pointed it out before.

McCain is, in many ways, Obama’s best friend.


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• Category: Ideology • Tags: John McCain, Subprime crisis