The Economic Plans of McCain and Obama
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The author of this paper compares the economic platforms of John McCain and Barack Obama, candidates for the Presidency of the United States, prior to the election and Senator Obama's victory. In the paper the author identifies some of the main differences between the two candidates and their respective taxation policies. The writer focuses on two distinctly different tax plans held by each candidate : One relates to tax reductions whilst the other relates to healthcare credits. The writer examines the differences between the candidates' plans, postulates their effect on the American economy and declares whose plan, in the writer's opinion, is the better.
From the Paper:"Both John McCain and Barack Obama have laid out some pretty innovative tax plans. I was actually surprised at some of McCain's policies. People always write him off as being completely unknowledgeable about the economy, but I was impressed with his health care credit idea. Of course though, I know that he has a whole team of economic advisers. I think it's one of the most progressive plans that he has put out. There is one downside to that plan. By privatizing healthcare, it causes people's taxes to go up. Even though they are receiving subsidies or credits against them, they will be put into a higher marginal tax bracket."
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