Thursday, June 5, 2008

About John McCain....

A Leader We Can Believe In
Over the next five months, we will debate the future direction of our country. In the end, the American people will recognize that John McCain is a leader we can believe in ready to act to protect our country, grow our economy and reform our government. More.


An Early Gallup Road Map to the McCain-Obama Matchup


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The Candidates & The Issues

Foreign Policy

John McCain would strengthen our alliances, keep America safe, and enhance American prosperity by expanding trade.

Obama says he would meet unconditionally with the world’s worst dictators, from Ahmadinejad to Castro to Kim Jong Il.


John McCain had the courage to call for a change in strategy that is now succeeding.

Obama says he will retreat from Iraq no matter what the situation on the ground is, and no matter what advice he receives from military commanders.


John McCain will lower barriers to trade. Ninety-five percent of the world's customers are outside of our borders and we need to be at the table when the rules for access to those markets are written.

Caving to isolationist sentiment, Obama would reverse our path to lowering trade barriers to U.S. products. Obama opposes free trade agreements with Colombia and Korea, and would unilaterally renegotiate NAFTA.


John McCain is committed to and has long fought for restoring fiscal discipline by eliminating wasteful government spending.

Obama proposes to increase federal spending, further increasing the burden that we will pass along to our children and grandchildren.

Energy Security

John McCain will break from the past to lead a great national campaign to put us on a course for energy independence.

Obama voted for the same policies that created the problem.

National Security

John McCain understands the threat posed to America by violent Islamic extremists and has the judgment and experience necessary to lead our country to success in this struggle

Obama has consistently shown poor judgment about the nature of the terrorist threat and the policies needed to keep America safe.


John McCain is committed to keeping taxes low, as well as making the tax code fairer and flatter.

Obama proposes to raise taxes on millions of Americans and small businesses.


John McCain will look for accomplished men and women with a proven record of excellence in the law and a proven commitment to judicial restraint

Obama would nominate judges that would continue the judicial activism that has characterized the federal bench for years. This is why he opposed Roberts and Alito.

Health Care

John McCain will make health care more available, affordable and responsive to patients.

Senator Obama thinks we can improve health care by driving Americans into a new system of government orders, regulations and mandates.

Reforming Washington

Only John McCain has a record of working to end Washington's stagnant, unproductive partisanship.

The American people have not seen Obama forsake partisanship for progress.

A Change Election

John McCain will initiate far-reaching reforms in almost every area of government policy recognizing that many of government's policies and institutions have failed.

Obama is looking to the past for solutions that have failed us before and will fail us again. In his short-time in office, Obama has accumulated the most liberal voting record in the Senate.