DEBATE-AC - Justin Gardiner Dr El-Badry CULF 3331 The bailout was the first issue at hand wanting to know if its the best or worse of Washington

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Justin Gardiner Dr. El-Badry CULF 3331 The bailout was the first issue at hand, wanting to know if it’s the best or worse of Washington. They started then talking about the taxes. Senator Biden believes that people who make $250,000 or more should be taxed more, while Governor Palin believes in giving a $5,000 deductible to Americans for health care. Health care was touched on as well, as well as what promises that were made by each presidencies. Iraq was the heated topic though. Firstly, this may have easily been the most anticipated vice presidential debate in all of history (having had seven in total). With this election comes an obvious change of pace no matter who wins, and barriers broken by either party. The issues that were debated no doubt impact us as well as the larger community. The bailout has to do with our investments and how government has controlled a certain amount of power in our capitalistic economy, so it was discussed how either side would change this in the near
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This note was uploaded on 06/07/2009 for the course CULF 1234 taught by Professor Sullivan during the Spring '09 term at St. Edwards.

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DEBATE-AC - Justin Gardiner Dr El-Badry CULF 3331 The bailout was the first issue at hand wanting to know if its the best or worse of Washington

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