The idea that there is something wrong with associations with companies like UBS, Exxon Mobil and Hewlitt Packard is absurd. If any connection with a top law firm or a large corporation is somehow taken as a black mark, pretty soon those who advise our Presidential candidates, or serve in their administrations, will be as inexperienced as, say, Barack Obama himself. That would be a sad outcome.
Fiscally nuts. Socially insane.
Sunday, June 15, 2008
VP Vetters and Big Companies
John McCain's VP vetters, according to the Washington Post, associate with big corporations. (this just in: the nominee for PRESIDENT of the UNITED STATES is powerful.) What's wrong with associating with big companies? John Hinderaker asks: