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Tuesday, September 16, 2008

McCain: Ready to lie

People, this is brutal...

Fundamentally strong?!?

The latest ad from the DNC that targets McCain's out-of-touch mentality when it comes to the economy.

Chris Shays is having a bad day

Poor Chris...it seems like the Congressman in the 4th CD is having a reall bad day.

First, the DCCC released a new ad blasting Shays for his support of the President that just about every Republican is currently running away from.



Now, in light of the Congressman's recent laughable claim statement that the economy is "fundamentally strong", we find out that Chris Shays is now REFUSING to schedule debating Jim Himes.
Apparently worried that he cannot defend his recent claim that "our economy is fundamentally strong" and seven years of support for the Iraq War, Chris Shays has refused to schedule debates with Jim Himes. Shays has refused offers to debate from reputable third parties, including Bloomberg television and the League of Women Voters. The Shays campaign has also refused to respond to requests from the Himes campaign to discuss debates. The Himes campaign issued the following statement in response.

"It's no surprise Chris Shays is hiding from Jim Himes," said Dana Houle, Campaign Manager for Jim Himes. "Chris Shays is the guy who parroted George Bush's claim that 'the fundamentals of our economy are strong.' Jim Himes understands our economy and understands the challenges facing us in Iraq and Afghanistan, on education, on healthcare. Chris Shays is out of his depth in serious discussions about the economy and his time in Washington has left him out of touch with the concerns of Connecticut families."