Just remember to accuse John McCain of being like Bush is to slander his war service or something. Anyways, he's Wolf Blitzer talking to McCain surrogate Mark Sanford:
BLITZER: Are there any significant economic differences between what the Bush administration has put forward over these many years as opposed to now what John McCain supports?
SANFORD: Um, yeah. For instance, take, you know, take, for instance, the issue of -- I'm drawing a blank, and I hate it when I do that, particularly on television. Take, for instance the contrast on NAFTA. I mean, I think that the bigger issue is credibility in where one is coming from, are they consistent where they come from.
Ooops! I'm not really sure what Sanford's trying to say here about NAFTA but there's no contrast there. There once upon a time was a substantial contrast on tax policy, but in order to win the nomination and court the GOP sociopathic donor base he's no firmly pledged himself to not only continue but intensify the Bush course on tax policy.
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