What Obama and mcCain did to win votes?
Topic: What you did yesterday essay
June 26, 2019 / By Shelumiel Question:
i am doing a 500 point essay on how they won votes. (at my school that is enough points to raise, or drop, my English grade by two letters.) i need two sources and i need to compare them. the problem is one has to be in the newspaper and one has to be on the internet. please give me a link to a site that tells what they did to win votes. it is due this thursday. (no i didnt slack off, they barely gave it to me yesterday and im half way done.)
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Norman | 1 day ago
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Originally Answered: Those Catholic votes are they now for McCain for sure?
Some yes, some no.
Unfortunately no political party has a platform in line with Catholic social teaching.
The Catholic Church is pro-life in the widest sense. This is often called a "Consistent Ethic of Life."
This pro-life stance stresses the highest regard for dignity of human life including that of:
• All people in objecting to unjust war and nuclear arms. (closer to Democratic platform)
• The unborn in objecting to to abortion, in vitro fertilization, frozen embryos, embryonic stem cell research, and cloning (closer to Republican platform)
• The elderly, sick and dying in objecting to assisted suicide and euthanasia (closer to Republican platform)
• Prisoners in objecting to the death penalty (closer to Democratic platform)
• The poor and minorities in supporting social justice issues (closer to Democratic platform)
Some Catholics are enthusiastically anti-abortion and align themselves with the Republican party.
Some Catholics align themselves with the Democratic party which supports the "Catholic" issues that effect the most people.
Neither party follows all Catholic teachings.
For more information, see the Catechism of the Catholic Church, sections 2259 and following: http://www.usccb.org/catechism/text/pt3s...
With love in Christ.
McCain in spite of the incontrovertible fact that that is impossible for the margin to be that extensive and not win the electoral vote too. nonetheless a candidate can loose the popular vote and nonetheless win the electoral university and the presidency. that is handed off thrice till now Rutherford B. Hayes in 1876, Benjamin Harrison in 1888, and George W. Bush in 2000. All have been very close elections.
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Appeal to their bases, sway independents. Obama appealed to the young, urban liberals and McCain to the older, military, conservative set. They talked alot about "reaching across the aisle" a lot in this campaign. Something that independent or undeclared voters like.
Also, in terms of the economy they came up with plans on how to fix it. Obama by taxing those with more disposable wealth to "grow the economy from the ground up". Essentially John McCain said he would keep the Bush tax system as is and has propsed an "across the board freeze" in government spending.
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go to the space where it say search put in different words & see what comes up such as: what Obama did to win votes, then try McCain's name & you should get a list to go through....Now do you mean they did advertising, debating or do you mean specifically what were the issues...I know if you go to Obama.com you can find the issues then take them such as Iraq then look up what each person did about Iraq to get more info.
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Originally Answered: Obama votes with Bush 89.8% of the time?
I personally am surprised that this information has not been emphasized in the news. When asked prior to the Republican National Convention about McCain's 90% voting record with Bush, Rudy Giuliani said so did everyone else. Another thing we have to consider is that a bill contains numerous information on it. For instance, there may be something about funding the war in Iraq, but there may be something about increasing taxes, abortion, or stem cell research all written on that same bill. Someone like McCain or Obama will have to decide what on there he does NOT want to get passed and whether it is as important as passing something else on that bill. There is always one thing on every bill that will stand out to everyone. This is why the majority of the time, bills are denied. But yes, I do not think it is a legitimate argument for Obama to attack McCain on his 90% voting record. He himself did too. It is more important to see what issues McCain was targeting.