Originally Posted by Zaraki
no he's taxing everyone and everything on water, food, energy, and well everything else
. i laugh when the Democrats are saying that Palin doesn't have the experience. she has had a hell a lot more experience than Barrack Hussian Obama Jr. 6 years as a mayor and another 2 years as a governor. the Democrats know this and they are scared shit-less they know they are going to lose. Democrats mostly the media are going as low to start picking on her family saying
she should of aborted her special needs son, picking on her daughter because she's pregnant, saying her husband has tried a certain drug, saying she isn't a good mother because her 17 year old daughter is pregnant. you know what Obama has been away from his family for sometime, he has said he has tried a certain illegal drug, he doesn't have the experience, he's a flip-flop, his connections to certain few idiots, and yet the media ignores those facts. if you watched the GOP convention and right after that a report from MSNBC Ron Allen questioned Newt Gingrich about Palin's experience and Gingrich pwned the guy and he asked hm tell me what has Obama done....the guy was silent as a grave for a few seconds and said he didn't want to argue. i rather have McCain and Palin who has more experience. Which brings me to my next point about her she has more experience then the two (Obama and Biden) combined!
McCain is a war hero, he's fought against the morons wanting him to appeal to them and not the people. That was a smart choice of waiting for the Dems Convention to end and announce his VP pick. Yes he did choose Palin to gain more women voters and hell probably some Democrat voters. We do need off shore drilling so we can get away from foreign oil, and so the big brains can work on new sources of energy. Obama
2:30 that's the part to watch.
It's a bit of a headache how much you're trying to victimize the Republicans, here. Please don't start on going low, it's not as if the media isn't practically "swimming" In Obama gossip.
"Obama: High-income taxpayers would pay more in taxes, while everyone else's tax bill would be reduced.
Those who benefit the most - in terms of reducing their taxes as a percentage of after-tax income - are in the lowest income groups.
Under both plans, all American taxpayers could pay a price for their tax cuts: a bigger deficit. The Tax Policy Center estimates that over 10 years, McCain's tax proposals could increase the national debt by as much as $4.5 trillion with interest, while Obama's could add as much as $3.3 trillion."