Clinton uses faith-based economics, too.

See? She believes in Baby Jesus, much more than she does in educated experts:

Clinton used her appearance on ABC’s “This Week” to raise questions about Obama’s ability to connect with working-class Americans while dismissing economists who have said her plan to suspend gas taxes over the summer would do little good.

“I’m not going to put my lot in with economists,” the New York senator said when asked to name a credible economist who supported her proposal.

“We’ve got to get out of this mind-set where somehow elite opinion is always on the side of doing things that really disadvantage the vast majority of Americans,” said Clinton, a former first lady who would be the first woman president. “

What the hell is she saying?

1. “If the economists contradict me, dump them.” That’s stupid as hell. What’s more likely: that a whole horde of people–who spend most of their time analyzing the economy–are right, or Hillary is right? How many times do you think this nutjob has already appealed to the wisdom of the economists in the course of her campaign and her husband’s presidency? I’m betting it has been often.

2. She’s pushing the “elite” thing again. Of course, that’s aimed at Obama. What a crock. What a hypocrite she is!!!

-MC Spanky McGee

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