Tuesday | July 16, 2002
Can they fix Wall Street?
A 51-percent majority of Americans think that President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney’s former business background makes them better able to deal with the corporate scandals and help them develop policies to reduce corporate wrongdoing. But 38 percent say their pasts make them less likely to support the kinds of policies needed to deal with the scandals and reduce corporate wrongdoing.Isn't arguing that Bush and Cheney's business background qualifies them to fix the mess on Wall Street kind of like saying Clinton's, ahem, "experiences" qualifies him to promote abstinence? Posted July 16, 2002 08:00 AM | Comments (0)