1 Reducing taxes and regulations will create jobs. This was the policy under Bush that took our country from a budget surplus to a budget deficit and failed to sustain a vital growing economy.
2. Only those individuals currently covered by medical insurance should be covered for pre-existing conditions.
3. Competition between the insurance companies will reduce medical costs. Isn’t this what we have today for everyone under the age of 65? Have you premiums gone up and health care improved?
4. The current Social Security system should be changed to allow individuals to invest their retirement funds in the stock market in hopes of getting a higher return. How much money would you have lost if you had sold the stocks in your retirement fund at the bottom of the recession?
5.You believe that higher income earners (those in the top 10%) should pay taxes at lower rate than Warren Buffet’s secretary or the average wage earner.
6. Taxes and regulations, not the lack of demand, were the major cause of the recession.
7. That the banking and financial industry does not need to be regulated. What do you think caused the housing industry to collapse and the banks to need financial aid from the government to survive?
8. Women should be paid less than men for the same job.
9. That the United States should increase its military spending even though the U.S.
already spends more on defense than the next 13 countries with the highest defense budgets.
10 That companies are people and should be allowed to make unlimited political contributions without disclosure.
It is tour vote. This former Republican is voting for Obama
Romney believes women should be paid less than men? Ludicrous! Number 4. Who sold all their equity investments at the bottom? Did those few get any kind of award for ignorance? Nothing insurance companies do will reduce or increase medical costs. Number 7, a lie. Number 10 is a lie with the exception that companies are people and nothing but people. Come back when you have facts, DWeB.