Can I have your autograph, Alternative Universe Man?
(props to sozobe)
I got tired of waiting for McCain to give some detail on what he actually intended to do as president and got sidetracked online. Did he ever lay out any plan at all?
Yeah, I heard the details loud and clear, his plan is to love the country, try to run an honest government, try to cut spending, and try to defend the country.
Alot of your plans are plans that aint any of McCains business, they are your business, thats my point.
Besides he had plenty of plans, not super specific, but that is not the purpose of this speech, doofus.
One example, how about drilling for oil, thats a good plan, and one that Obama doesn't have.
That's the info I'm looking for, and what we typically call a 'plan.'
Cycloptichorn wrote:That's the info I'm looking for, and what we typically call a 'plan.'
Where have I heard this "plan" stuff. 5 year plans, 10 year plans, 20 year plans. Oh yeah, old USSR, they had a plan for everything.
My 3 month plan is to support McCain and then vote McCain, hows that?
Actually, alot of his laundry list sounded pretty Republicanish. For all the talk about change, when he finally gets to specifics, it sounded pretty much like same old same old run of the mill stuff, which actually is comforting to me, ...
My plan begins with providing the security and opportunity of a growing economy. We now compete in a global market that provides new buyers for our goods, but new competition for our workers. To create more jobs in America, America must be the best place in the world to do business. (Applause.) To create jobs, my plan will encourage investment and expansion by restraining federal spending, reducing regulation, and making the tax relief permanent. (Applause.) To create jobs, we will make our country less dependent on foreign sources of energy. (Applause.) To create jobs, we will expand trade and level the playing field to sell American goods and services across the globe. (Applause.) And we must protect small business owners and workers from the explosion of frivolous lawsuits that threaten jobs across America. (Applause.)
Another drag on our economy is the current tax code, which is a complicated mess -- filled with special interest loopholes, saddling our people with more than six billion hours of paperwork and headache every year. The American people deserve -- and our economic future demands -- a simpler, fairer, pro-growth system. (Applause.) In a new term, I will lead a bipartisan effort to reform and simplify the federal tax code. (Applause.)
Other plans, specific, defend the country,
attack corruption in the government,