I haven’t let loose on a political tirade in awhile. That just means it’s overdue. So, if you hate them, this is the time to scroll past to the next thing. If you love them it’s your lucky day.
McCain was asked how many houses he and his wife own. He didn’t know. What!?!?!
I can understand not knowing how many pair of jeans you own. But houses? For most of us this is a pretty big ticket item. I know how many houses I own. One. Everyone I know knows how many houses they own. Most own one, a couple own two. But everyone knows.
The bigger question is why in heaven’s name would ANYONE who knows how many houses they own vote for someone who doesn’t? If a person doesn’t know how many houses they own doesn’t that tell you they are out of touch with the common man? Even the wealthy man. I know some folks who own two houses and multiple cars and have more money than they need, but they still know how many houses they own. How can you be unusure about that?
I know he’s tired. I know Obama is tired. I know everyone involved in this never-ending campaign in any way is tired. Still… to not know how many houses you own is a pretty significant indication you’re out of touch with people who are just trying to hold on to the one house they own.
I mean, come on, it’s not like a house is an impulse buy. Well, at least not for most of us. It was a pretty huge decision for me. And let me tell you, at this point, with the housing market the way it is, I’m mighty glad I listened to my gut and ignored the banker, who wanted me to buy a far more expensive house than I did.
Voting for someone who can’t tell you how many houses they own off the top of their head is voting for someone who is going to create an economy that favors the rich even more and has no sympathy – and certainly no empathy – for the average guy.
How can anyone think this is a good idea? Unless they’re rich, which by McCain’s definition is over $5 million a year, they have nothing to gain and everything to lose. Perhaps including their house. Their one house.