Quote of the Day
"We have sort of become a nation of whiners... You just hear this constant whining, complaining about a loss of competitiveness, America in decline."
Phil Gramn, telling the Washington Times that Americans need not complain about the U.S. economy.
Update: Democratic National Committee spokesperson Karen Finney responds to Gramn's nonsense.
What John McCain, George Bush Phil Gramm just don't understand is that the American people aren't whining about the state of the economy, they are suffering under the weight of it -- the weight of eight years of Bush-enomics that John McCain and Phil Gramm have vowed to continue. How dare John McCain and his advisers so callously dismiss the challenges the American people face. no wonder voters feel John McCain is out of touch, he and his campaign don't even understand the everyday issues Americans are dealing with.
Can I get an amen?