Saturday, March 03, 2007

Bob Brinker says Hillary Clinton is "all mixed up!"

At approximately 2:10 PM (PT) I was driving home and listening to esteemed financial advisor Bob Brinker when he said something that knocked me for a loop. He said that he was surprised at the almost non-existant coverage of Hillary's statement regarding China and that she was "all mixed up."
WASHINGTON - Many voters, pundits and pollsters think Iraq will be the decisive issue in the 2008 election, but increasingly Democratic presidential contender Sen. Hillary Clinton is focusing on another country: China.

Clinton is making America’s dependence on Chinese investors a central theme of her 2008 message. She took to the CNBC airwaves Thursday to declare that America was undergoing “a slow erosion of our own economic sovereignty.”

Clinton sounds the China alarm as ’08 issue
He went on to explain just WHY she has gotten it all wrong and, if you are thinking of voting for her or know anyone who is, you owe it to yourself, your friends and your family's future to listen to this (it's only $4.95 for a whole thirty days of Mr. Brinker's radio shows):

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1 comment:

Unknown said...

Right Linda. She does have it backwards. China has lent us money, not the other way around. If I lend you $1,000, which one of us has the other hostage?