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* Obama’s new ad on the economy … reasoned and powerful

Posted by Lew Weinstein on September 17, 2008

Obama’s new  ad on the economy … to play it, click … 

 http://link.brightcove.com/services/link/bcpid1386357098/bctid1799203760)

 

Barack Obama: Here’s what I believe we need to do … 

  • “Reform our tax system to give a $1,000 tax break to the middle class instead of showering more on oil companies and corporations that outsource our jobs.
  • End the ‘anything goes’ culture on Wall Street with real regulation that protects your investments and pensions.
  • Fast track a plan for energy ‘made-in-America’ that will free us from our dependence on mid-east oil in 10 years and put millions of Americans to work.
  • Crack down on lobbyists
  • bring a responsible end to this war in Iraq so we stop spending billions each month rebuilding their country when we should be rebuilding ours.

 

at the end of the ad, Obama urges everyone to read his economic plan. It’s filled with impressive detail on a variety of specific topics. To read Obama’s economic program, click …

 http://www.barackobama.com/issues/economy/

 

 

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One Response to “* Obama’s new ad on the economy … reasoned and powerful”

  1. Lew Weinstein said

    Carly Fiorina answered “no” to a question in a radio interview whether Palin has the experience to run a corporation like Hewlett-Packard. In a later interview with Andrea Mitchell on MSNBC, Fiorina said that none of the candidates was qualifed. “Well, I don’t think John McCain could run a major corporation; I don’t think Barack Obama could run a major corporation; I don’t think Joe Biden could run a major corporation.”

    The Obama camp immediately pounced. “If John McCain’s top economic advisor doesn’t think he can run a corporation, how on Earth can he run the largest economy in the world in the midst of a financial crisis?”

    Ouch.

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