Will McCain Run from Economic Issues in Tonight’s Debate?
It seems as though Sen. John McCain has given up any pretense of addressing substantive issues in his run for the presidency.
Over the past few days, McCain aides have been increasingly clear that they plan to stop talking about real issues—especially the economy.
“We’re looking forward to turning the page on this financial crisis,” McCain aide Greg Strimple told The Washington Post. “If we keep talking about the economic crisis, we’re going to lose,” an unnamed aide told the New York Daily News.
McCain thinks he can run for the highest office in the nation without addressing issues that top the concerns of working families, like jobs or the economy.