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Biden: End "cowboy mentality" of Bush-McCain era

There are 28 comments on the ap.google.com story from Sep 19, 2008, titled Biden: End "cowboy mentality" of Bush-McCain era. In it, ap.google.com reports that:

Democratic vice presidential candidate Joe Biden said Friday that "ending the cowboy mentality of the Bush-McCain era" is part of the solution to the country's financial crisis.

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“Liberty is Contagious”

Since: May 08

United States

#25 Sep 20, 2008
Mac wrote:
Why would you destroy your children future just because of racism? You American people, who are those 44% who wanted to vote for McCain? How can you allow yourself to vote against future of your dear country just because of racism? After eight long years of destruction, you got opportunity to vote the problem out, but now racism want you to vote for continue destruction of your beloved country. Do you really love your country? If you do, you will never vote for McCain.
So, anyone that does not vote for Obama is a racist? I am not a mcCain supporter but that argument is trash. Obamas ideas are crap so are McCains. Vote third party.

“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Belle Glade, FL

#26 Sep 21, 2008
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
Joe Biden is right on the money. The simpletons don't seem to realize they are dragging the country down.
Are you ignorant of McCain's regulation efforts or are you just lying?

In 2005 John McCain co-sponsored the Federal Housing Enterprise Regulatory Reform Act of 2005.

The Bill was never passed. John McCain addressed the floor on May 26th, 2006. Here is an excerpt:

"I join as a cosponsor of the Federal Housing Enterprise Regulatory Reform Act of 2005, S. 190, to underscore my support for quick passage of GSE regulatory reform legislation. If Congress does not act, American taxpayers will continue to be exposed to the enormous risk that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac pose to the housing market, the overall financial system, and the economy as a whole.

I urge my colleagues to support swift action on this GSE reform legislation."

This bill was shot down by the Democrats and some Republicans in Congress.

John McCain fought two years ago to shield the American people from the crisis some of us are facing.

http://beltwaysnark.com/2008/09/16/john-mccai...

What was Barack’s vote??
Just An Observer

Oscoda, MI

#27 Sep 21, 2008
I like Joe Biden. He puts a "human" face on being a politician. He's been through personal tragedy, losing some races, criticism, and he's still a person that gets up and looks toward tomorrow. He's got more character than Sarah Palin ever will have, or John McCain for that matter. Also, I'd like to add, his wife is a little spitfire on the campaign trail for the womens' vote. Let's hear more from her! Let's see her and Hillary together on the campaign trail! They'll be dynamite!
Larry

Berlin, Germany

#28 Sep 21, 2008
I like Biden too. My dad also lost his wife to a tragic accident and I thus personally know just how hard that is, and especially how hard it is to pick yourself back up and keep on going afterwards. Biden raising his kids well and achieving all that he has achieved after that is very impressive. I also like that he is still kind of a regular guy, even after all these years in the senate, which can be seen in him always taking the train to work and in the fact that he is a big fighter for the middle class and the working man.

I also like that he tells it like it is.

Larry,
Independent TX voter
Just An Observer wrote:
I like Joe Biden. He puts a "human" face on being a politician. He's been through personal tragedy, losing some races, criticism, and he's still a person that gets up and looks toward tomorrow. He's got more character than Sarah Palin ever will have, or John McCain for that matter. Also, I'd like to add, his wife is a little spitfire on the campaign trail for the womens' vote. Let's hear more from her! Let's see her and Hillary together on the campaign trail! They'll be dynamite!

“It is what it is”

Since: Aug 08

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#30 Sep 23, 2008
November 4, 2008 is election day. No matter who wins half the country will be pissed. I encourage every american to read what the constitution says. Read the bill of rights. It is time for "we the people" take our country back. If congress passes this 700 billion bailout package, without conditions, consequences, and failure to hold the Ceo's and other high ranking officals feet to the fire, and with accountability and just gives this treasury guy a blank check to do what ever he wants....then we know who the rats are. To paraphase a quote from a great American President. "It is the right of every American citizen to revolt against their country" A. Lincoln.

Since: Jul 08

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#31 Sep 23, 2008
the old mavericks will be the old recession farts.

“It is what it is”

Since: Aug 08

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#32 Sep 24, 2008
sales wrote:
the old mavericks will be the old recession farts.
fart on dude, fart on....
Edc

Fresno, CA

#33 Oct 10, 2008
Wow ... you people really are nuts ...

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