Here it is (my comments are in red):
Yesterday morning we woke up to news that America’s GDP has fallen for the first time this year, meaning we’re producing less and selling less.
In short, our economy is shrinking.
Also yesterday, ExxonMobil announced the highest corporate profits in United States history.
[Great! Most certainly some of my 401(k) is invested in ExxonMobil. If they are doing good, my 401(k) will be doing better.]
John McCain’s economic plan? Give $4 billion in new tax breaks to Big Oil companies like ExxonMobil — and leave 101 million American households with no tax relief at all.
[McCain’s tax cuts have enough for me. Plus I can trust McCain more than I can trust Obama — If you do not agree, give me one reason why I should trust Obama.]
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Corporate profits won’t heat Americans’ homes this winter or put food on the table.
[Yes, they will. If my company does not make profit, I will be unemployed. How will I then heat my house?]
We need change.
[Yes, but not Barack-change]
Barack Obama has an economic plan to give tax breaks to 95 percent of working families [including those who do not pay taxes] and create jobs by investing in people. [Is this some new “work from your home” scheme? I’ve always thought it is companies that create jobs.]
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