Put simply, the freezing up of the credit markets doesn't have anything to do with either affirmative action or illegal immigration, and people who believe it does are on a par with the conspiracy theorists who think fluoridation is a Chicom plot.
When you look at the data, it's true that minorities are slightly over-represented in the sub-prime mortgage market. Yet, whites (non-minorities) received 72.5% of subprime mortgages. Blacks got 16.2% of subprime mortgages, which isn't all that different from the 12.4% of the general population that blacks comprise. The Hispanics about whom Malkin is so hysterical got only 6.2% of subprime mortgages, significantly less than their 14.8% of the general population. But you don't find an analysis of that data at blogs like those of Malkin or Krikorian.
The point is that McCain is so obsessed with his position of not meeting with L. Am heads of state, like Chavez, Morales, or Castro, that he was totally unaware that the reporter had switched to a discussion of Spain - even though she nudged him. He obviously didn't know who she was talking about.
to the audio interview with the reporter who interviewed McCain.
She made it clear, that when she was talking with McCain, she realized that he was responding with the same canned answer that he had given to her questions about Evo Morales, Hugo Chavez and Raul Castro. He didn't seem to know that she was discussing Spain - in Europe.
McCain también ignora a Zapatero El senador por Arizona y candidato republicano a la Casa Blanca ha eludido hasta en cuatro ocasiones responder a la pregunta de si recibirá o se reunirá con el presidente de España, Rodríguez Zapatero, en una entrevista a Unión Radio. La situación, que podría pasar por cómica, refleja el deterioro que la política de los socialistas españoles ha provocado en las relaciones transatlánticas desde su retirada arrogante de Irak
McCain no confirma si recibiría a Zapatero en la Casa Blanca A