McCain Vs. Obama: Trickle Down Or Trickle Up Economics Comparison Essay by Top Papers

McCain Vs. Obama: Trickle Down Or Trickle Up Economics
A comparison of the economic proposals made by candidates Obama and McCain.
# 140968 | 1,000 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Political Science (Election and Campaigns) , Political Science (U.S.)

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The paper argues that it seems obvious that McCain is still pandering to the Republican conservative base, offering more tax relief in capital gains reductions, and tax breaks for seniors, as opposed by Obama's aim at small business and the middle class, including a health plan that seems more affordable.

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"One must begin with the sad fact that, given the current global crisis in economics which is sure to last for more than a few months will certainly mean that neither candidate's economic plans can be wholly fulfilled. Even given that fact, there is a vast difference between the ideas of the two candidates. McCain, claiming his Republican (Conservative) base, assures his audiences he will rein in government spending and proposes a spending freeze on all but the most necessary items- defense, Social Security and Medicare and veterans' assistance. For the most part, however, McCain- rather than proposing a definitive plan (until his speech on Tuesday, Oct....)"

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