Last Minute Appeal to Republicans and Undecideds: A Closing Argument for Barack Obama

About Santi Tafarella

I teach writing and literature at Antelope Valley College in California.
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2 Responses to Last Minute Appeal to Republicans and Undecideds: A Closing Argument for Barack Obama

  1. b4uno says:

    I know when I voted, I didn’t fully understand, but after I voted, I realized that I had made a decision that didn’t support a strong America. When I voted, I realized I voted for someone who would “do it for me” where I don’t have to be responsible for myself. After I made that decision, I now know that I didn’t make a decision based on creating a strong America.

    I want a candidate in office that will support me being an entrepreneur, which is what this country was founded on. This country is not about having the government being responsible for you, its about being an entrepreneur. And that was what this country was founded on. I don’t agree with everything McCain does, and how he campaigned, but he does know a little bit more about being an American and what it means to be an entrepreneur. And that is what this country needs right now, just a little bit more of that. So if you haven’t voted yet, vote for the candidate who will support us in being responsible for ourselves. This country does depend on it.

  2. santitafarella says:

    b4uno:

    puleeze.

    obama is not in any fashion going to harm entrepreneurship in the United States.

    the worst he’ll do is return the tax structure of the country to what it was under the clinton years.

    the 1990s is not known as the “socialist 90s.”

    and the middle class will not notice the shift in structure, except in the form of a tax cut—which they’ll like.

    and the rich will not continue to produce at their jobs because they are suddenly in the same tax structure as they worked in during the 1990s.

    —santi

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