He opines, from deep inside the Beltway, that "real America" is doing just peachy in this economic crisis.
"We obviously have problems in the housing sector and we have problems in the financial sector, but ... real America is doing just fine," he said.
From which I assume he means those "real Americans" who have neither investments nor a house nor a low income.
And then, he gets out while there are still lifeboats available.
Top White House economic adviser Allan Hubbard is expected to leave his post at the end of this year, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday in its on-line edition.
That way, he doesn't have to share his lifeboat with any "real Americans."
Update: Attaturk seems to like these kind of financial advisors, too.