I think if you had listened to McCain’s speech, you would have heard him say that it was a problem on both sides of the aisle.
True. He did jump on the “change” bandwagon.
You gotta admit that it’s starting to sound very similar to Bush back in 2000.
I don’t think you can make the Bush/McCain connection. They hate each other, and have done so for a long time.
Yet, McCain publically supported Bush in the previous election. And Bush publically supports McCain in this one.
You can see how one might get confused.
If you are confused about American politics, maybe you should stick to morrocan politics. [/quote]
That was a figure of speech.
You claimed that they “hate each other”. I pointed out that they stuck out for each other for quite some time now. That’s where you’re supposed to substantiate your claim. Moroccan (not “morrocan”!) politics have nothing to do with this.
Says who? Publically might not be as common a spelling, but it’s still correct.
Variant(s): also pubÂ·liÂ·calÂ·ly -li-k(ï¿½?-)lï¿½?
1: in a manner observable by or in a place accessible to the public : openly
2 a: by the people generally b: by a government[/i]