This is an example of the "vision" we can expect from a McClone presidency:
The GOP nominee-in-waiting rapped his Democratic rival for opposing his idea to suspend the tax on fuel during the summer, a proposal that McCain believes will particularly help low-income people who usually have older cars that guzzle more gas.
We've reached (or will be reaching in the next few years) peak oil--a point after which homo sapiens (sic) will never again pull as much oil out of the ground. And McCain's solution is to reduce tax incentives so that people can use more fuel. Hmmm. What's wrong with this picture? If the well's running out of water, can we solve the problem by buying a bigger water tap? McCain, through some leap in logic, somehow connects this with helping the poor who supposedly all have big cars. (Is he referring to the poorer millionnaires who haven't upgraded their old Cadilacs?) How depleting a necessary resource at an ever faster rate (sending more American dollars overseas to wealthy Middle East oilocracies) helps the poor is lost on me. Rational argument evidently takes a leave of absence during the election cycle.