Change We Need…

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., speaks during a campaign event at Stebbins High School in Riverside, Ohio., Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2008.(AP Photo/Chris Carlson)

“No Maverick”

Obama has been talking about and explaining \”Change\” and that\’s what this election is about it\’s to turn this country into a new direction with a more engaged foreign policy that focuses on less conflict and war. A new economic focus on the middle class and working families around the country that feel the squeeze everyday from high energy costs, health care, and inflation in general.

Democratic presidential candidate, Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., makes a campaign spot at Ellis Pop Soda Shoppe in Abingdon, Va., Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2008.(AP Photo/Chris Carlson)

Now. Sen. John McCain is stumping on the campaign trail for \”Change\” and it was only a year ago in Detroit, MI he was touting the economic success the country has enjoyed the last eight years. Back then McCain felt the country had done real well under the Bush economic policy in which the wealthy got more tax breaks and the middle class got compassionate conservatism. All of a sudden McCain is whistling a new tune \”Change\”? If McCain/ Palin are elected this country will be stymied by more trickle down economics in which the wealthy are given more tax breaks and the hope is they will invest in America. Well many of the investments during the Bush administration have taken the tax breaks and invested in jobs overseas and have closed down and moved to China or Mexico. Republicans keep sticking it to the Middle Class every election and this election is no different.



Today on the campaign trail:


Barack Obama holds a discussion on education in Norfolk, Virginia

Michelle Obama holds a roundtable discussion with women in Fishers, Indiana


Michelle Obama addresses the National Baptist Convention in Cincinnati, Ohio

Joe Biden holds a “Change We Need” town hall in Nashua, New Hampshire

Barack Obama attends the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute annual awards dinner in Washington, D.C.


Barack Obama taped interview airs on CBS’ “The Late Show with David Letterman”



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