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That last question was a trick by the way: There is no way you can know what you don't know. The only correct answer is, "I don't know." Both got it wrong.
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What really disappointed me was that when Tom Brokaw asked both men is they saw the economy getting worse before it gets better, neither one answered the question directly.
McCain said, "It doesn't have to "if" we make the right decisions". And Obama said, "I'm confident in the American economy".
Two very big exaggerations bordering upon lies from both men. I think we all know things will get worse before they get better. I think we can all agree that even the average joe knows we aren't at the bottom at this moment in time.
I guess neither guy wanted to add to the pessimism that is sweeping across the country.
Last edited by PatriotsReign; 10-07-2008 at 11:35 PM..