My question is an economic question.
When economists and money people on the cable business channels discuss "The Fundamentals", what the hell are they actually talking about? I am sure that a trained workforce is one part of the fundamentals, but I am also pretty sure that its not how McCain tried to backtrack and describe it yesterday.
So what are some of the basic fundamentals of the economy? Is it the age of manufacturing facilities? Available work force? Available credit for business operation? "Economic Fundamentals" are going to be an important buzzword, so what exactly are they?