Obama said no family under $250,000 would see their taxes rise, then Biden said $150,000, then during that great infomercial Obama said no family under $200,000. Now The Governor of New Mexico said $120,000 and under would see a tax cut. What are we supposed to think?
Answer by akinbottom2 at 2:50 PM on Nov. 1, 2008
above 250,000 gets a tax raise.
From 200,000-250,000 stays about the same.
200,000 and under gets a cut.
I didn't hear Biden say 150,00 at any time.
It sounds like a contradiction if you don't listen carefully. Since McCain changes his economic plan every two weeks I guess you don't have time to check out Obama's website and look up the tax plan. Have you ever posted a positive McCain question? Does anyone ever post anything good about McCain?
Answer by Anonymous at 8:27 AM on Nov. 1, 2008
I looked at your page and looked at your journal and was going to come back and apologize when I thought you put up a journal about McCain's healthcare plan. But then I read it. It's not even about McCain's plan, it's picking apart Obama's plan.
This is one of the reasons McCain is losing this election. His whole campaign has been so focused on Obama. If you really support John McCain stop giving Obama so much attention. Stand up for your man and tell people why he's great.
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Answer by Anonymous at 9:43 AM on Nov. 1, 2008
I personality don’t believe campaign promises. They will say anything for your vote. It’s their past work that speaks the loudest for me, what they actually did.
Well you do have to take them with a grain of salt but their object is to educate people about their plans so they will vote for them. You would think they would want to make it clear.
In the end you have to go by your gut feeling, one that you can stand by your vote.
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