The Time Is Now: A McCain/Palin Ad Blitz For The Last Week
It’s the last week before voters go to the polls and choose America’s 44th President. I have observed with trepidation as the McCain Campaign has pulled its punches on major issues to settle on not-effective-enough character attacks with minor and pathetically weak (actually – Bush-like) attempts to sell policy on the major issues on voters’ minds.I have sought in the past few weeks to convince | Read More »
A sincere thank you to the Veterans Administration.
Hi:This isn’t the only place I’ve posted this, but since y’all are my recently adopted family, believe this to be true: I honestly did not want to get involved with any Government agency at any level, but I had no choice and my Dad is a WWII combat veteran in need of real help.On behalf of my Dad, Roy Solomon, a WWII combat veteran and | Read More »
McCain/Palin Ad Campaign Themes For The Final Stretch
The Economy & Taxes: In our system of Government, the Congress controls the purse. Despite the attacks of 9/11, despite Enron and the accounting scandals, the economy enjoyed 41 consecutive months of solid growth and nearly ten million new jobs from 2003 to early 2007. Then the Democrats took over Congress …Jim Johnson and Franklin Raines were the CEOs of Fannie Mae, the architects of | Read More »
Obama and a Democratic Controlled Congress
Outside of being the most liberal, big government senator whose economic policies will wreck this country, the scariest thing about Obama is that he will actually be able to get many things done given the makeup of the House and Senate. Someone in the media needs to take a look at what has happened when ANY party has controlled both Congress and the Presidency. Someone | Read More »
McCain The Underdog Has Only McCain To Blame
I’ve watched all three debates. In each one, I have been frustrated by John McCain’s failure to make the points that matter. He did better in the third debate. But, as others have noted, he did not do what he could so easily have done: Knock Obama out of the race.In the first debate, I expected McCain to come out with the obvious: He had | Read More »
The countless inconsistencies of Barack Hussein Obama’s Tax Plan
Obama’s Socialist plan is literally one of the scariest economic proposals ever in America’s recent history. His plan limits your success and economic growth potential in every sense of the word. This is Socialism working at its best. Remember people, this is related to an idea that we fought wars to prevent from spreading to our great country and now its creeped into our own | Read More »
New McCain Ad
To date the majority of the McCain attacks/advertising has concentrated on the Obama associations. Those that have addressed the economy have only provided vague points of the McCain Economic Plan. I suggest the McCain campaign design ads around the following outline:Intro: In a few weeks you will make one of the most important economic decisions, your vote for President.Explain: the economic decisions the next president | Read More »
Non-economic mess reasons why McCain is behind
As I’ve watched the debates and commercials unfold, there are several reasons that McCain can’t seem to get on track unrelated to the economic mess.Here are my observations:
Wait until Obama finds out about this
How long until Karl Marx Jr. finds out about this wonderful idea. Since healthcare is a right and not a responsibility according to “that one,” it seems the next logical step in his big brother, socialist, revolution, is to not just give people access to healthcare but PAY them to get it. This is ridiculous! If people don’t care enough about their health to visit | Read More »
Health Care: Right or Responsibility?
Show me in the U.S. Constitution where Health Care is a right? Will Obama amend the U.S. Constitution to guarantee Health Care for all? I pay dearly for my Healthcare. I am self-employed. However, I did at one time have a business with 8 employees and healthcare was a crushing burden. What are your thoughts?
Is McCain still running??? Hello? Anyone out there???
From the look of things here in NC, it appears that McCain has pulled out — or quit. I see no site of him, no ads, no news… heck you cant even get a sign to put in your front yard!He had a TWENTY POINT LEAD… and he FRIGGIN LOST IT!!!!!!!!!!!!On my drive in, every station was full of Obama ads. Not one McCain ad. | Read More »
Obama/Biden Continue to Lie About McCain Health Plan
At the debate on Thursday night between Senator Joe Biden and Governor Sarah Palin, Senator Biden made this claim about the McCain health care plan to offer a $5,000 refundable tax credit: You know how John McCain pays for his $5,000 tax credit you’re going to get, a family will get? He taxes as income every one of you out there, every one of you | Read More »
3 Things for the Next Debate
Three Things for the Next DebateMcCain must stress that a tax on the wealthy is a tax on the economy and a tax on the economy is a tax on everyone. Just like a rising tide raises all ships, a rising tax raises all tax brackets. There has to be a coherent response to this “taxing healthcare” charge now raised in both debates and met | Read More »
Are Body Parts Next?
According Bill O’Reily… Obama believes that the federal government should be in control of income distribution and, to some extent, should regulate the free marketplace. That is a classic liberal position and the candidate promotes it well. And… …the senator also believes that poor Americans have a basic right to free health care and monetary supplements from the government with no strings attached. The American | Read More »
The Great Healthcare Debate
I was looking around rasmussenreports.com to see if there were any indications of a bounce for McCain after the convention (I know, less than 24 hours afterward is next to impossible to tell) and I stumbled across a table that showed who trusts the candidates more on what issues. I’ll tackle them in seperate entries (because I wouldn’t want to completely bore you to tears) | Read More »