What do you think a McCain - Palin administration would have done?

  1. Would the economy be better/
    Would there be less partisonship?
    More jobs?
    Would more of us be healthier? Better educated? Happier?
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  2. 43 Comments

  3. by   TopazLover
    I got palpitations just considering Sarah as having any input about anything. I am going for decaf now, thanks!
  4. by   22gawhitacre
    It couldn't be any worse than it already is with the current administration.
    Quote from herring_RN
    Would the economy be better/
    Would there be less partisonship?
    More jobs?
    Would more of us be healthier? Better educated? Happier?
  5. by   herring_RN
    Senator McCain thinks we should still be actively fighting in Iraq. Would we still be borrowing to keep that war going?

    Would we have a new war with Iran?

    Would there be more homeless people because unemployment was dropped? More hungry without food stamps?
    What changes would have been made to Social Security?
    Would Medicare be privatized?
  6. by   PMFB-RN
    Senator McCain thinks we should still be actively fighting in Iraq. Would we still be borrowing to keep that war going?
    *** I think we would still be fighting in Iraq, and barrowing money to do it like we always have.

    Would we have a new war with Iran?
    *** I think it's likely that we would.

    Would there be more homeless people because unemployment was dropped? More hungry without food stamps?
    *** I doubt it. The republicans do a lot of talking but have always been just as ready to spend to get re-elected as the other side.

    What changes would have been made to Social Security?

    *** I doubt any.

    Would Medicare be privatized?
    *** I doubt it.
  7. by   kalevra
    We would all be less educated.
  8. by   BCgradnurse
    The first thought that popped into my mind was "Dumb and Dumber". I think it would be a disaster.
  9. by   tewdles
    I believe that Sara Palin has proved herself to be a pretty face celebrity with little political wisdom.
    John McCain represents a dying philosophy and is working hard to avoid irrelevance.
    I doubt that we would be happier, healthier, or better educated.
    Yes I do fear that Medicare would have been in greater jeopardy.
    I do not believe that there would be less unempployment.
  10. by   kalevra
    Quote from tewdles
    I believe that Sara Palin has proved herself to be a pretty face celebrity with little political wisdom.
    John McCain represents a dying philosophy and is working hard to avoid irrelevance.
    I doubt that we would be happier, healthier, or better educated.
    Yes I do fear that Medicare would have been in greater jeopardy.
    I do not believe that there would be less unempployment.
    I'm not gonna lie though, I still think Sara Palin is hot.
  11. by   tewdles
    Oh...and I also think we would be much further from ending our wars in the middle east if McCain were in office.
  12. by   HM-8404
    I would like to think we would be getting some kind of handle on spending by now.

    Anyone that thinks we don't have a debt problem or that we can pay down our debt without cutting spending is either a fool or has never had a checking account they were able to keep out of the red.
  13. by   Spidey's mom
    We wouldn't have Obamacare.
  14. by   tewdles
    I am not certain there is any evidence that a McCain presidency would have impacted our deficits in a positive way...
    Either way, it is speculation.
    The truth is that our elected officials created this deficit...both parties...and now they fight about it and want to polarize the people against each other instead of the people standing against them, the political elite.

    It is time for a change...a substantial change in our 545.

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