It’s that time again. Fresh off the heels of that rousing vice-presidential debate, it’s now time for Obama and McCain to go at it again in their next, the second presidential debate on Tuesday, October 7, 2008.
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Update October 7, 11:00 pm Just after the debate
My imediate thoughts while I wait for my copy of the debate….
John McCain is far better prepared to run the military.
I do not want Congress to run health care. I have never seen anything the government gets involved with other than the military that succeeds. Remember these are the same traitors that ran our financial sector. Nice job idiots.
Barack Obama mentioned again he had a single Mom on food stamps. Yet he went to Harvard. I got a student loan, it was $1,250 per semester. Undergraduate tuition and room and board fees will rise 7.2 percent in 1984 to $14,000–the lowest percentage increase in 11 years–University officials said. Thats $52,000 for a 4 year degree. If his Mom was on food stamps her income couldn’t be more than $7,500 per year. Who paid his tuition?
Why didn’t McCain go after Obama on his energy goals of America? Barack’s only plan seems to be to invest billions in wind and solar that might be able to help in about 50 years but “We the People” need gas to get to work tomorrow.
Barack mentioned that we have spent 700 billion on the war in Iraq. Interesting that is the under-reported cost of the bailout and the amount of money we spend on non-made-in-America oil per year.
Barack mentioned this was “the richest country in the world.” Is that still true with the 700 billion dollars going to foreign countries per year for oil and the 700 billion dollar boondoggle with the bailout?
Barack reminds me of a used car salesman promising everything to everyone just to get through the election. He is truly as gifted of a salesman as I have encountered but simple economics explains his tax plan as disaster.
Simply put, Even if Barack Obama only raises taxes on the rich, these are our employers and I don’t for-see getting a raise if my employer is taxed into the poor house. Will I get satisfaction in the rich people “paying what they deserve” if my company leaves the country or goes bankrupt and I am left looking for another job from another of Barack’s targeted “tax the rich scheme.”
Congress wastes trillions. Why hope anyone pays them more?
ITS HERE!!! Enjoy!
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