In the wake of refreshing honesty
from neocon Lawrence Kaplan, who said electing John McCain would be a nod for neocon policies because it would be an "endorsement to that sort of foreign policy," we now have Congressman Roy Blunt (R-MO) admitting that McCain would continue Bush's disastrous economic policies as well.
BLITZER: When it comes to domestic economic issues, what is the major difference between President Bush's policies, what he wants to do, and what John McCain would do if he were president? America disagrees
BLUNT: Well, I think what John McCain wants to do is continue these pro-growth tax policies that our friends on the other side have been talking...
BLITZER: But that's what President Bush wants to do too.
BLUNT: And there is nothing wrong with that. There is nothing wrong with that.
BLITZER: So it would be in effect a third Bush term when it came to pro-growth tax policies?
BLUNT: It would be. I think it would be. And I think that's a good thing.
When it comes to the way Bush is handling the economy, 23% of registered voters approve of the way Bush is handling the economy and 72% disapprove.
Keep it up, Roy!