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Weak Economy Helps McCain?

James Pethokoukis has "4 Reasons the Weak Economy is Now Helping McCain."

... I would add a 5th.  Nervous people are less adventurous.  McCain's experience makes him a safer pick.  "Hope" and "change" are great when everything is going well.  But when things start to go south, I think, people are less willing to take risks ... including political ones.  And Obama is nothing if not an unknown "risky" commodity.
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But what about FDR, you ask?  First, he was much more of a known commodity.  And I think that after a complete collapse, people are willing to roll the dice.  "What do we have to lose?," they may ask.  But assuming there is not a complete collapse, I would venture that, ironically, this weak economy may help -- not hurt -- McCain ...

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