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Obama has tried to tie McCain to the Bush Administration; ripping on the economy and soaring gas prices. First off, McCain is not "with" the Bush Administration. He in fact has voted against his party on occasion and votes for what he feels is right for America. The economy and gas prices have nothing to do with McCain or President Bush. (The war in Iraq can be blamed on Bush). The credit crisis and housing market are a US problem. But the oil and gas prices are a world problem. The price for gas and oil are raising all over the world. Hello Obama, "World Economics" here! Just as the housing market prices raising quickly; you will see the same thing happen to oil. You have investor speculating on price and pouring money in to oil just as you had investors buying up houses to sell within in months for a profit off of speculation. There is no shortage of oil just as there was no shortage of housing. Hello mass amatuer investors!! I guarantee that the "really" investors are selling!!
If McCain is not "with" Bush then why has he pennsylvania FACT voted for everything Bush has wanted for the last 8 years? He may not have voted for his tax cuts but he has voted for everything else Bush wanted. But now he wants to extend the Bush tax cuts. Once again Mr. Flip Flop McCain at it again. It seems that McCain is trying to tie himself to Bush. McCain is so out of touch with the American people on every issue. Even McCain said he can't run an economy. We should take that as a warning. It's been the GOP since Clinton was in office that has written the economic policies. Then Bush gets us into the Iraq war, over the top the tax breaks, and therefore is responsible for the enormous national debt, the rising interest on that enormous national debt, and the falling dollar. The other problem is that Bush hasn't done anything about any of these problems whatsoever and that makes him even more to blame. Please go back and look at who has written the economic policies in the last 30+ years. It wasn't the Dems that is for sure, not that they are much better. And, look at how much the debt in this country has risen since GWB took office. That will give you a clue as to who is responsible for the diving economy today. With Obama, you have several Nobel prize winning economists endorsing him saying that he has the most sound of economic policies of both Hillary and McCain. And, they said that McCain has the same Bush economic policies that are hurting this country. Why do you think that is? It's because the person running McCain's campaign and economic policy is the very guy that has brought on the disasterous economic policies in the first place, non other than Texan Phil Gramm. The former congressman turned UBS lobbyist. He is directly responsible for this whole foreclosure problem we now have in the U.S. It was Phil Gramm that pushed through the finance reform bill back in the 1990s' to basically deregulate the loan and banking industry. That was after the scandel that deregulated the Savings and Loan industry that McCain was all wrapped up in in the 1980's. I'm sorry, but you need to look at history more carefully. I trust Obama far far more than McCain on issues of the economy and you should too. At least with Obama, you have several Nobel prize winning economists endorsing him as well as Warren Buffet. I look forward to having Obama as president of this country. He will be a great change that this country needs compared to the crap president and administration we've had in the last 8 years. This country can't take anymore Bush policies and that is exactly what we would get with McCain. Obama '08 To Margaret H. Obama said he would raise capital gains on those accounts that are considered income accounts not on retirement or 401k accounts. The income accounts he was talking about are the investment accounts only. He wouldn't touch retirement capital gains which is what people who make $50,000 or less a year have their money into. please research before you spew.
Actually, McCain has voted with Bush over 80% of the time. So that argument doesn't wash. Bush started the war while feeding off of the publics fear after 9/11. I really believe that Obama is going to work his hardest to bring positive change to out country. I know he is passionate about bringing more jobs back and making healthcare affordable for almost everyone. He also really wants to finish the war in Iraq. If he only does those three things, then I will be happy. McCain...nothing will improve. He doesn't intend to step up the game in Iraq and get things done so we can have our troops home where they belong. He doesn't even see that there is anything wrong with our economy. Those words came out of his own mouth.
Yes, I think he can bring change. People fear the future. Right now the present is pretty crappy. I don't vote for change out of fear, I vote for it out of hope. "Obama has tried to tie McCain to the Bush Administration" Seems to me that McCain is trying to tie McCain to the Bush administration by supporting Bush policies. "The war in Iraq can be blamed on Bush." I think the upheaval in the Middle East is partially responsible for the increase in gas prices. I also think the sinking dollar and Bush's deficit and spend policies effect it. Demand from China and India is also a factor.
I trust you thoroughly. i do no longer think Obama is the main suitable decision. The word desire and alter looks his mantra. yet, in case you somewhat look at it--what's he asserting? the rustic is swept up in it, yet what's he rather asserting? those are purely fluff words till you upload substance to it and state what you somewhat advise via it. He rallies and gets the team cheering, yet is all and sundry rather listening? Hillary is actual experienced sufficient. She's reliable and assured and that i think she could be a good president if elected. I help her each of how. all of us be attentive to what she stands for and the place she's coming from. I resent the media for putting this is palms around Obama and pushing away Hillary.
That's what they said about Kevin Rudd (Australian PM) at first. Then they said he doesn't do enough. Then a week later they say he does too much. I'd say Obama is in a similar position. Given that the people they proceeded screwed up pretty badly, any change is good. I'd prefer Obama, but McCain has to be better then Bush.
Obama, as a candidate, has changed in the last several months. He WAS the candidate of Change and Hope! The candidate for clean government that will turn away from dirty politics, corruption, and empty promises. But as we have now gotten familiar with Obama, he certainly has become know for his campaign dealings with corrupt Chicago politics and corrupt contributors (Resko). He is now know to be closely associated with a self-declared domestic terrorist that exploded bombs at the Capital and the Pentagon ( Bill Ayers), and his now infamous 20 year association with radical leftists theologians at Trinity United (Rev Wright and Rev. Pfleger) Obama is just another machine candidate that want to push the leftist agenda closely identified with the 1960's and radical leftist America bashers, leftist politics of the past 40 years! Sounds more like the discredited New Left Movement of the 60's Tell me whats so new about that??????????????
Sure, there will be "change." Bush won't be president. Big deal. But all change isn't necessarily good. If Obama raises the capital gains tax and takes the lid of FICA contributions, the economy will come to a screeching halt. More than 50% of capital gains are paid by people making less than $50K annually. So how is that NOT raising taxes on the middle and working class? Take the lid off FICA and employers have to match it. That means they have less money to expand their businesses and hire new people. The self-employed have to pay both halves of FICA - double the tax. People don't think that Obama's tax increases apply to them but almost all of them do - directly. You will pay more and the economic slowdown will hurt you and your family.
I thought that the Republican Party had cornered the market in feeding off of the public's fears.
He can bring changes but whether it is for the better, well, I have some great reservations on that.
He is doing his job as a politician. Check out his voting record... short as it is, he has made a clear statement... He is a status quo Democrat. EDIT: Only we can bring about change... when we are ready for it!