Analysis: McCain more cutting; Obama low-key – USATODAY.com

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One Response to “Analysis: McCain more cutting; Obama low-key – USATODAY.com”

  1. jbintenn Says:

    “Nutzabout3 wrote:
    “Let’s see…the Republicans controlled the presidency and both Houses of Congress from 2000-2006. In that time, the deficit nearly doubled, the budget was severely imbalanced, jobs were lost overseas, billions of American taxpayer dollars were poured into Iraq (the rest was borrowed), wages couldn’t keep up with cost of living increases (which is why credit card debt went up), Roe vs. Wade was not overturned, illegal immigration got worse, and gay marriage became more prevalent.

    Now, can a Republican please explain to me why we should vote for another Republican? Surely, people on both sides of the political aisle have to be disappointed.”

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    Because our other choice is even worse. Even with all the Republican mistakes over the past eight years, it pales in comparison to what will happen if we elect a man who is at the very least sympathetic with radicals and who has a voting record more liberal than even Nancy Pelosi. That is scary

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