Doesn’t anybody edit what press release they put out. I had to go to the original link to ascertain that the official press release had “currrent” as a mispelling. I remember this line on “the hours”.

Do you think it's possible that bad writing actually attracts a higher incidence of error?

John McCain and Sarah Palin: Dishonest and Dishonorable

They even lie about how many tame economists they have:

JohnMcCain.com – McCain-Palin 2008: 100 ECONOMISTS WARN THAT WITH CURRRENT WEAK FINANCIAL CONDITIONS BARACK OBAMA’S PROPOSALS RUN A HIGH RISK OF THROWING THE US ECONOMY INTO A DEEP RECESSION…

1. They only have 90 names on the list. Not 100. 90. They can’t count.

2. They only have 90 names on the list: that means that they could not find any more–and I assure you that they tried.

3. Shame on them for saying “Barack Obama’s proposals run a high risk of throwing the U.S. economy into a deep recession.” The economic considerations that can be advanced against Obama policies do not include “throwing the U.S. economy into a deep recession.” I cannot imagine what mechanism can possibly be contemplated by which Obama’s plans would reduce aggregate demand by enough to accomplish that result.

Yes, I am talking to you, Michael Bordo, Michael Boskin, Charles Calomiris, Kristin Forbes, Douglas Holtz-Eakin, Glenn Hubbard, Anne Krueger, Allan Meltzer, Kevin Murphy, William Poole, Kenneth Rogoff, Harvey Rosen, Anna Schwartz, George Shultz, John Taylor, and Murray Weidenbaum. You know better. And I know you know better.

No, I’m not talking to you, Kevin Hassett. I know that you don’t know better.

Grasping Reality with Both Hands: The Semi-Daily Journal Economist Brad DeLong.