While she's at it, she's asked China to help us fix our balance of trade and she's asked India to help with our labor outsourcing problem.
She's asked the heads of ten major energy and automobile companies to help us resolve the energy crisis and she's called in coal mining, chemical industry and heavy metals companies to help solve the problems we face with pollution.
To get final answers for food safety, she's suggested that the lead lobbyists and directors of cattle slaughterhouses and farming conglomerates put together proposals.
To heal our moral decline, she'll appoint James Carville to resurrect biblical characters.
Oh... The first one is true. The rest is what we can expect after she's president. If choosing Greenspan to dig us out of our economic problems is an indication of the change and new ideas she'll bring to the presidency, well, welcome to the 1990's. What else is new?
Remarkable how limited a view she brings.
So, let's see-- toxic, scorched earth campaign-- price-- handing the 2008 election to McCain. Pathetic solution to the economic disaster-- bringing in some of the architects that led to the disaster in the first place... priceless.