On One Hand

September 17, 2008

We can Fix It

Filed under: Uncategorized — ononehand @ 12:36 am

John McCain suddenly hates big business and beleives in the American worker.

Tomorrow: John McCain switches political affiliation to Democrat.

Don’t Miss: 1:30 and 2:45



  1. well, we can’t forget a re-showing of a familiar favorite as a matinee

    John McCain gets in touch with reality, becomes a champion of change


    Comment by usp121sgn — September 17, 2008 @ 8:06 am | Reply

  2. Good commentary – McCain’s a tool.

    Strictly speaking, American workers are no less industrious or strong or dedicated than British workers or Croatian workers or Cambodian workers or Tanzanian workers. What makes them incredibly more productive is some measure of additional education, but primarily the vast amounts of capital put in their hands. American workers make things with big machines and processes that cost most than they do. We don’t really have a capital outflow right now; if we did, that’d be a real problem.

    But the American public always thinks we’re in recession, and the media thinks we’re in crisis. There’s some truth to that, because the faster we innovate and grow, the more we need to destroy obsolete businesses, jobs, and industries, to shift the resources to more productive uses. I’m not sure how I would swim against the popular sentiment on that.

    Comment by jdhenchman — September 17, 2008 @ 11:28 am | Reply

  3. i feel like he’s trying anything he can do to get his vote after his contradictory campaign.

    Comment by loserdust0 — September 18, 2008 @ 1:36 am | Reply

  4. Comment

    Well, everyone believes in “the American worker”. That’s not really a substantive claim.

    And, I’m pretty sure that neither party “hates” big business.

    But, yes, I infer that your main point is the change in rhetoric. There is some positioning going on. Understandably, more noticable on the Republican side than Democrats.

    Comment by sleepyreaderz — September 18, 2008 @ 2:03 am | Reply

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