from my presidential candidates is a debate on the issues facing our country, not inuendo and attacks. I want to hear how Candidate A believes their economic policies are better than Candidate B’s policy or how B has more experience than C because of x, y, and z.
The last few weeks I’ve been hearing a lot of what I’d consider attack ads by the McCain campaign. I have to say I am *very* disappointed with him. I’ve always had a lot of respect for John McCain even though I do not always agree with his political views. He has always struck me as someone who stands up for what is right and as someone above the muck throwing. Well, until now that is.
As I said above I want to know what you and your vp candidate stand for and why you are better than your opponents. I understand and somewhat agree that who you associate with reflects on someone’s judgement. But how far do you take it? What matters is *McCain’s* policies and opinions, not the person he is associated with. The same goes for Obama, Biden and Palin.
I could say McCain has bad judgement by associating himself with Bush. But that doesn’t matter because he may not agree with him. However, when McCain says he agrees with Bush, then it is McCain’s opinion we are discussing. If Obama says he agrees with Ayers in regards to what Ayers allegedly did year ago then yes it would be fair game. But he didn’t and I doubt he ever would.
As for you Obama… I don’t care who throws the last punch. Don’t do it! Stick to the issues. It is working for you. Yes, some people are influenced by the mud but not those who will swing the vote one way or another.
I WANT TO HEAR ABOUT THE ISSUES!!! Please… both of you… get back on track and address the issues and concerns of myself and the American public. That’s what’s important. Deal with it. If you can’t, you shouldn’t be president anyway. That’s my 2-cents anyway.
This post was written by Michael Tougeron on October 6, 2008