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  • Neither. Good things: ummm... ummm... ummm... let me get back to you on that. Bad things: Both voted for the $700 billion bailout without even considering fixing the actual problem. NOBODY is talking about the Financial Services Modernization Act, which repealed the 1933 Glass-Steagall Act. That's the act that provided protection from just this sort of abuse until 1999.
  • I voted for John MCain and Mitt Romney both times i never supported Barack Obama for US President
  • During the '08 campaign, McCain ridiculed the idea of tobacco taxes and was advised by a lobbyist named Charlie Black. Ten years earlier, McCain proposed a substantial federal tobacco tax and banned tobacco lobbyist Charlie Black from his office. McCain turned against the principles that established him as a "maverick."
    • StraightEdgeSociety
      Late Sen John McCain will still be my favorite and I would still support him for US President .. Yes we need tax on Tobbaco this way least people will stop dying from Smoking related cancers
    • Linda Joy
      I think they should legalize marijuana (federally) and prostitution and tax them heavily. Not that I would promote their use, I just think they would be a good source for taxes and they don't infringe on anyone's rights. I believe in supporting personal choices until it infringes on the rights of others, I think cigarettes should be taxed to offset the cost of medical care.

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