Bush explains how the economy is great.
On Saturday, Bush explained how he understands the financial stress that many Americans are dealing with, attempting to express that he is not living inside a bubble and ignoring the plight of the average American. He got off to a
"Some of you worry about your ability to afford health care coverage for your families," Bush said in his weekly radio address, recorded at his Texas ranch.
"Some of you are concerned about meeting your monthly mortgage payments," Bush said. "Some of you worry about the impact of rising energy costs on fueling your cars and heating your homes. You expect your elected leaders in Washington to address these pressures."
Then of course, he couldn't help himself. He proceeded to paint a favorable picture of the economy and falling back on what he's comfortable with, blamed congress for it's wasteful spending in a futile attempt to link the two issues.
Just another indicator of a presidency in its last throes.