John McCain, economically challenged, loses 100,000+ jobs for the U.S.

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Wall Street is plummeting.  Jobs are scarce.  Yet while John McCain asks for our vote so he can become president he’s already lost 100,000+ jobs for the U.S. and shipped them to France.  Outsourcing at it’s finest.  Apparently it was Senator McCain who caused Airbus, a company located in France, to secure a new government contract to build refueling planes for the U.S. Air Force.  Boeing claims that it cost 44,000 U.S. Boeing jobs alone.  The total number of U.S. jobs would be easily over 100,000 since Boeing’s suppliers would also have added new jobs to our economy which are desperately needed.

But what can we expect from a candidate who has said he doesn’t understand the economy?  The Boston Globe quotes McCain saying, “I’m going to be honest: I know a lot less about economics than I do about military and foreign policy issues. I still need to be educated.”  Since he supported invading Iraq to go after the terrorist that were actually in Afganistan and Pakistan then he must know nothing at all about economics.  Here is McCain admitting as much on the campaign trail.


With the country headed into a recession, with forclosures and more people out of work who can’t find a job, we can’t afford a president who is learning how the economy works on the job.  John McCain is the wrong person to be president.  As Trump would say, “You’re fired!”

Talking about Trump, here’s what Trump thinks about John McCain’s Iraq war.