Date registered: Aug 2005
Location: Lawrence, KS (USA)
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With his stance on Iraq, the Economy, Foreign Policy and Trade; you can be sure it won't be McCain who is acting way too much like Bush3.
We can't afford to add to the Trade Deficit, the National Debt [though that will take a couple of years to get back to $0 annual deficit] or continue another 4-8 years in Iraq. It costs too much in both lives and money with nothing but hatred from the region as the ROI.
And we have to again start looking after those Americans that, for whatever reason might just need a bit of help. They are, after all, part of US. It it time that some of them quit having to decide between food or gas, food or medicine, living on the street or healthcare.
So you can say that I won't be voting for anyone that following in any of Bushie's footsteps or shadow, or with any of the team with which he fumbled through the past eight years.
The trade deficit and the national debt will take care of themselves as the dollar strengthens and the global economy picks up steam again, regardless of who is in the WH. Maybe you missed it, but we are winning in Iraq and the violence is at its lowest level in over four years (Iraq violence falls to four-year low, U.S. says - Los Angeles Times
). And neither McCain nor Obambi will end our let us lose that war w/ al Qaeda. And to suggest that McCain will be any less likely to help the needy than will Obambi is just wrong. We have always had people who had to choose between food or gas or medicine and that will never change, no matter who is in the WH. We will all vote for the best man to run the most powerful nation on earth based on his qualifications, and I predict that will be John McCain.
Don't believe everything you think