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Economy

Sandy
Pepper
I am a 46 year old Republican, well educated (an attorney) and I have always voted the party line for President, although I regret it with our current President. At present, the candidate I would like to say I respect the most and intend to vote for is Obama's due to his views on how to handle foreign policy and getting us out of Iraq, a civil war based on religion which will restart whether we stay 1, 5, or 20 years. As for his experience level the same can be said for Hillary who won in a state she had no ties to, which I disrespect as undermining the system. Obama has learned much in terms of foreign policy from my observations and anyone can surround themselves with the right people. My question and concern is "What are his economic theories, both for getting us out of these rough times, and then in general for running the US?" I have read conflicting reports. I want to vote for him but the wrong domestic policy in this climate could be a disaster. Thank you. Ozlaw
Cahoon!
(STUPID)http://www.huffingtonpost.com/hilary-rosen/the-mccain-strategy-its-t_b​_110693.html
Pinkpoodle
Why isn't any growth considered good? Why doesn't a 3 percent increase mean things are 3 percent better? Wouldn't zero growth just mean we're no worse off than last year? I know there's something here I don't get- can someone explain?
Wangcai816
Cutekannan
Are they a necessity in a capitalistic economy?
Lise
desk with a Line Item veto, or Congress by passing legislation to make it so there can only be one subject per bill? Meaning, who should be held responsible for cutting the pork from our national budget?