Sunday, July 24, 2011
Mayor Salinas doesn't know what he's talking about
First, he was on MSNBC. The host asked Mayor Raul Salinas which of the options being considered to deal with the debt limit he supported. Salinas must have not heard the question, because his answer made no sense. He spoke about how they (congress & the President) must work in unity and mentioned something about jobs and the working class. Tonight, they had him on Pro8News and he was again, off target: he talked about the little people and how they should not be forgotten.
It seems that in this particular case, instead of rambling on and on and not actually saying anything, he should have taken a page from the Sarah Palin playbook. In other words, he should have let on that he was out of his league. In 2008, when Charlie Gibson asked Palin if she agreed with the Bush Doctrine, Palin was lost. She, like our Mayor, had no idea what the subject at hand involved. Looking completely lost, Palin then uttered that famous line, "In what respect Charlie?". The phrase translates roughly into "I got absolutely no idea what you're talking about!".