McCain's Options Limited As He Tries to Catch Up
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Since: Jan 07
#1 Nov 2, 2008
He could do us all a favor and take Palin with him on a one-way trip to Zimbabwe
Since: Oct 08
#2 Nov 2, 2008
Gallup Poll just out
I got a negative robocall from McCain last night.
I had two Obama workers come by my house today. They knew that my wife hadn't voted yet.
This is going to be a landslide.
#3 Nov 2, 2008
It's not over until the votes are in and counted. Besides which, Obama wants to bankrupt the coal industry:
“Barack Obama explained his plan to the San Francisco Chronicle this year, early this year. And he said that, sure, if the industry wants to build coal fired power plants, then they can go ahead and try, he says, but they can do it only in a way that will bankrupt the coal industry, and he’s comfortable letting that happen. And you gotta listen to the tape.
The audio file has been on the San Francisco Chronicle’s website since the January interview with its editorial board, but Palin accused the newspaper of withholding the information until right before the election.
“Now a couple points on this: One is that here again, why is the audio tape just now surfacing? This interview was given to San Francisco folks many, many months ago. You should have known about this, so that you would have better decision-making information as you go into the voting booth,” Palin said as shouts of “liberal media!” could be heard from the crowd.
In the interview Obama spoke about his energy plan which includes an “aggressive” cap and trade policy which will charge polluters in an effort to curb greenhouse gas emissions. John McCain is also a supporter of cap and trade.
“So if somebody wants to build a coal-powered plant, they can; it’s just that it will bankrupt them because they’re going to be charged a huge sum for all that greenhouse gas that’s being emitted.” Obama said,“That will also generate billions of dollars that we can invest in wind, solar, biodiesel and other alternative energy approaches. The only thing that I have said with respect to coal, I haven’t been some coal booster. What I have said is that for us to take coal off the table as a ideological matter as opposed to saying if technology allows us to use coal in a clean way, we should pursue it.”
#4 Nov 2, 2008
Why should we continue to send billions of dollars overseas to countries that don't like us, when we could keep that money in American and use it to create jobs here?
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