Not many economic pundits are saying which of the candidates economic plan is better.<br>As a matter of fact come January everything may be so different that neither plan will work.<br><br>I just heard an economic expert on CNN who made a good point...<br>The Democrats will control the congress and they have a plausible shot at achieving 60 seats -- a filibuster-proof majority in the Senate.<br>Obama will have a Democratic Congress that can work with his plan.<br><br>
Do not argue with an idiot. He will drag you down to his level and beat you with experience.
What I been hearing from the economic pundits is that McCains and Obama plans , how they are going to pay for it ? Some economic pundits did mention that McCain has a better plan but that was a few weeks ago since then Obama came up with more plans.<br><br>What I do like Obama is calling on Washington to do NOW which they can.<br><br>1 - Increase the duration of Unemployment benefits <br>2 - Negotiate foreclosures and refinance the loans<br>3 - stop evictions for 3 months <-- this should include renters too<br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>As a matter of fact come January everything may be so different that neither plan will work.<p><hr></blockquote><p>True dat. What I don't see a lot of (at least in scanning the proposals) in either candidate's plan is over-the-horizon thinking. Sure, I want solutions for our immediate problems, but I'd also like to know what my kids and [hopefully] grandkids will have to look forward to.<br><br>
But that's where my beef rifght now. These are all fine ideas. But who will have to pay for this long-term, and how do we make sure future generations don't step in the same doo-doo that's on our shoes?<br><br>
Immediate this, immediate that... Not that these aren't issues that don't need immediate attention -- of course they do. But I'd actually like to see both candidates feel so damned confident in their electability and re-electability that they would propose an eight year plan. Show us they're looking around corners, too. At least a nod to something longer term.<br><br>
"Obama will have a Democratic Congress that can work with his plan."<br><br>That's the big question. Will the Democrats stick together to get something constructive done or will the conservative element in their own party side with the conservatives in the Republican party to protect their own interests?<br><br>"It is better to light one candle than to curse the darkness."
"It is better to light one candle than to curse the darkness."
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