Obama Wins:<br><br>WIth a very helpful Congress, Obama embarks on his socialistic economic plan. He gives the Ď95%í taxpayers their tax cut: by getting twice as much out of the business, turning them into his tax collectors. Who turn around and have massive price increases and layoffs (Walmart does the first 6-digit layoffs and they essentially become Sack-N-Save). Other business, such as much of the surviving financial sector, will look over their new tax load and the cratered American economy, then start on the next logical outsourcing: corporate management and headquarters. Much of the top tier of management left at Citi, for example, would be as comfortable in Bombay as in New York. Oil outfits will end up headquartering in Dubai.<br>With the flight of large businesses that can flee and the collapse of those that canít, Obamaís plans (whether heís in office by then or not) accelerate the deficit, which is counterted by printing money and a decade of 25% inflation. FInally, the country is essentially declared bankrupt globally and the Asian holders of the loans come to our grandchildren to write it off on the sale of one national asset; our oil shale and coal. Energy is then literally pumped out of this nation by Asia extraction methods, leaving a scared and drained country behind that makes Britain today look like a center of dynamic growth and innovation in comparison.<br><br>McCain wins:<br><br>The government can do nothing; because the Democrats in Congress have been render certifiably insane. Pelosi and Reid are shouted down by less rational voices. The financial sector tanks immediately with huge job losses. The brick and morter places are hurt but survive. The deficit continues to grow, although quite a bit slower without the cost of the social engineering programs. Politics gets down to the kind of chair-throwing stuff that has been seen in places like Taiwan.<br>But no acttion is taken and the deficits continues to expand. The corporations do start the corporate emigration overseas, but at a somewhat slower pace. The crisis point will be reached just as our great-grandchildren are starting to come online. It will be their legacy to watch the energy of this nation pumped away overseas.<br><br>Our grandchildren or our great-grandchildren: not much of a choice.<br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>keep the change
Iíll keep my freedom, my guns and my money Ė you can keep the change.
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