I have to ask, when was the last time $1000 could do all that - 1789?
MCCAIN: Would let the small business owner keep the $30,000 so he could hire another employee, produce more and make more money. He says that the person who gets that new job will be able to use that $30,000 a year to "move up, send their kids to college, buy homes and cars."
That I can understand. Someone actually does move up. And the increased production produces more income, which could result in still more jobs,
The difference, when you take the time to actually look at it, and extrapolate it to its conclusion, is stark.
In both cases, $30,000 gets pumped into the system. But only in the McCain scenario does it have any true and lasting effect. In the Obama scenario, it is nothing more than a case of buying votes. By promising 60 million people a check for $1,000, Obama is simply buying votes, and buying the election. That goes against everything this country stands for, and tells me that the man is unworthy of being our leader.
We do not need a man who stoops to buying votes. We need a man capable of being a leader. In the 21 months Obama has been running, he has yet to produce one iota of evidence that he can lead anything more than a horde of groupies. Nothing in his RECORD shows leadership. Nothing in his RECORD shows any executive experience. Nothing in his RECORD shows a strength to stand against our enemies.
Nothing in his record allows me to vote for him. His choice of cultivated relationships does not allow me to vote for him. His desire to redistribute my money does not allow me to vote for him. And his attempt to buy the election only turns my stomach!