Tuesday, June 24, 2008
McCain's Freudian Slip is Showing
Putting the nation on the couch over their gas pump anxieties, GOP presidential candidate John McCain admitted yesterday that his offshore drilling proposal unveiled last week would probably have mostly "psychological" benefits, admitting "it may take some years." (MSNBC First Read)
But the slip that left the lips of McCain's chief strategist and former super-lobbyist Charlie Black sends a Freudian cold chill. In a recent interview with Fortune magazine, Black said that a terrorist attack would be a "big advantage" to McCain. Whoops.... he means..... just what does he mean? Should we look for a national security October surprise?