[QUOTE=Zaraki;79666] like i said before Obama will raise taxes on everything he will raise it on the middle class.QUOTE]
"one more thing you imply i'm sitting at my keyboard ferouciously typing your so called lies. well i'm sorry to disappoint."
I never implied you were "ferociously typing" as a note. But it's right true that it's a lie when you say that Obama is raising taxes on the middle class.
But getting to your question, what has he done as a senator?
"According to the Illinois archive papers.
He's brought the republican and democrats
together on many issues.
The commercial airing here in California. Have
Republicans speaking out for him.
He's provided health care. He's aided in cleaning up
the ghetto's and slum area's of Illinois. Up until the fall
of the real estate market. He for years donated his time
to poor people legally and not just
minorities, he aided Caucasians also. This is why he
was elected. He appealed to all races in that State."
"-Obama passed legislation with Republican Senator Jim Talent to give gas stations a tax credit for installing E85 ethanol refueling pumps. The tax credit covers 30 percent of the costs of switching one or more traditional petroleum pumps to E85, which is an 85 percent ethanol/15 percent gasoline blend."
"-After a number of inmates on death row were found innocent, Senator Obama worked with law enforcement officials to require the videotaping of interrogations and confessions in all capital cases."
"-His first law was passed with Republican Tom Coburn, a measure to rebuild trust in government by allowing every American to go online and see how and where every dime of their tax dollars is spent."
"-Obama created the Illinois Earned Income Tax Credit for low-income working families in 2000 and successfully sponsored a measure to make the credit permanent in 2003. The law offered about $105 million in tax relief over three years."
I could go on...Please understand both sides of the coin, you're obviously not an idiot.
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