2008 Presidential Elections Pros & Cons

Two Good men

Different means, same end--"President and Change"

"The Cons"

John McCain/Sarah Palin Barack Obama/Joseph Biden,Jr.



Linked to President Bush’s economic policies?

Not nearly as studied, especially on the U.S. Constitution, as the other guy? What principles? What about the founding fathers? How are you most prepared to lead a nation built upon the constitution, to best ensure the rights of Americans? Educational Backgrounds of Candidates

Hot Temper?

War “war hawk” "marvick?

POW and military provides impetus for his political career?

Most aligned with the Bush’s blurred Views, Decisions and Actions based on false information, secrets and a Presidency plagued by domestic and world crises? Oil Hoax?

Not remorseful?

Poor selection of VP (Hot ethical and moral issues) scandals and shame?

Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin abused her power as Alaska's governor and violated state ethics law by trying to get her ex-brother-in-law, Mike Wooten, fired from the state police, a state investigator's report concluded Friday. Instead Public Safety Commissioner Walt Monegan was fired in July after refusing pressure to fire Wooten. Gender only, used for the purpose of soliciting votes.

Oriented towards the rich & famous? What is grass-root?

Poor judgment"-- Keating Five?

You Know It's A Really Bad Week When Your Running Mate Calls It Her Administration: A Palin and MCcain Administration? See Video





Too Perfect?

---Based on what Art understands. To what end are those cons?

-- Which candidate is most likely to keep you well informed?

-- Which candidate is most likely to listen, precede with dialogue or represent your interest for peace and prosperity?

I believe these findings may help people come to a conclusion on how they should vote in the presidential election.

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