Howard Wolfson responds to the fact that nobody thinks a gas tax holiday would be a good idea:
“There are times that a president will take a position that a broad support of quote-unquote experts agree with,” spokesperson Howard Wolfson said. “And there are times they will take a position that quote-unquote experts do not agree with.”
That seems eerily reminiscent of a certain least-popular president ever’s attitude toward governance. What happened to the idea that Clinton is the candidate of policy substance, competence, and experience?