In her Op-Ed piece in the NY Times today - 'The McCain of the Week,' Gail Collins talks about how lately John McCain has been taking a stance a leeetle bit different than the one he has taken for the last 26 years. She writes: "McCain has always, genuinely, believed in dismantling government regulations, and there he was, vowing to create new “comprehensive regulations that will apply the rules and enforce them to the fullest.” It makes you think that he’s trying to impersonate something he’s not. Or wasn’t. Or might not be. The image is getting fuzzy." FUZZY??? FUZZY???? How about unbelieveable?
Collins closes her piece with a bang:
"I have absolutely no idea of how John McCain would handle a financial crisis if he were president. But on behalf of all the nation’s fundamentals I would like to say that he now has me ready to stage a run on the first bank in sight. "