John McSame constantly chants that the fundamentals of the economy are strong. What is his definition of the fundamentals of the economy?
Maybe it's the amount of job losses overseas or the fact that wages stagnate while healthcare and gas prices sky rocket are his definitions of our economic fundamentals.
I'm sure it must be all the great news we get each day about the stock market, or the fact that record numbers of people are losing their homes. Now he has 6, 9, or 12 homes so I guess his fundamentals are sound. His wife has a fortune in beer distributorships so I guess those fundamentals are sound.
I guess if you consider that his main economic advisors have participated in some of the most pronounced economic disasters in recent times, then those fundamentals may be sound.
The most disturbing element of this fundamental bull shit is that the media doesn't seem very concerned about pinning this nit wit down to just what the hell he means by fundamentals of the economy. This is especially disturbing when all you hear from the republican noise machine is that the media is in the tank for Obama. But of course I've never been know to accuse republicans of telling the truth. Someone needs to nails this old fart's balls to the wall on this obvious double talk