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What are McCain and Palin calling their philosophy of government?

McCain/Palin are denouncing the "socialism" of Americans wanting housing, education, jobs, and healthcare, while saying that we all should guarantee the risk-taking investments of the rich and war profiteering. Is that the same old "trickle-down economics" philosophy long since dismissed by the Republican mainstream or should it now be called something new?

Asked By: jimtpat - 10/22/2008
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Bush III; The Tragedy
Answered By: ☼Solar☼ - 10/22/2008
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McCain wants to give the money to Haliburton, big oil, Wall Street fatcats and administration cronies, just as his mentor, Bush does. Cronyism is the form of government. We can all see what that's done to our economy. Can you imagine what will be left after another four years of McCain/Bush economics?
Answered By: eric w - 10/22/2008
 
Palin calling Obama out on being a terrorist-supporting socialist is laughable and simply untrue. They are using the same strategy of fear that worked on many voters in 2004. The Republicans are using some policies that do work better than some of the media is giving credit for. However, on social issues and foreign... More
Answered By: DW - 10/23/2008
 
Their philosophy: Bush....
Answered By: Mr. Bo Jangles - 10/24/2008
 
It's called being Conservative. You should check it out. Years ago I made a list as a kid of things I wanted to acomplish in life... More
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Answered By: john j - 10/27/2008
 
A vote for McCain is a wasted vote, but I wouldn't vote for Obama either. http://www.photoprez.com/showgallery.php/cat/535
Answered By: michaelbellman - 10/28/2008
 
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