Monday, October 06, 2008

Keating economics

It's come down to the poker player who plays the odds against the craps addict who plays against them. Say what you will about the way Obama has run his campaign, the man knows how to play poker. He waited until the ante was worth it to go all in and now he sees McCain's Ayers/Rezko and raises with the Keating Five.

I'd say it's a good play. For more, see the website.

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Blogger Capt. Fogg said...

The furious claim that he was "exonerated" continues.

But that's fact free America.

1:57:00 PM  
Blogger (O)CT(O)PUS said...

There was double satisfaction watching CNN this morning. Doing their daily fact check, they gave Obama's Keating Five advert a "TRUE."

Then former Senator Dennis DeConcini comes forward with this statement:

"The question that should be raised is that McCain's big issue here is that he shouldn't have been at that meeting with the regulators that first time because he had a conflict. He took these three trips that he didn't report and his wife invested $350,000 with Keating," DeConcini said.

"You can criticize rest of us," he said, "but none of us had traveled with or invested with [Keating]."


4:26:00 PM  
Blogger Libby Spencer said...

Fogg, facts don't register with the permanently deluded. Rush rules their world.

Nice catch Octopus.

6:07:00 PM  

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