Side by Side Presidential Candidate Comparison

July 24, 2008 at 3:31 AM 1 comment

A side-by-side comparison of the candidates’ views on money.

Barack Obama John McCain
Health care:
Guaranteed coverage for all.
Coverage mandatory under age 21.
Benefits are portable.
Health care:
Tax credits for insurance coverage.
Portable insurance policies.
Alternative health care access.
Social Security:
Raise cap on taxable wages.
No privatization.
No raising retirement age.

Social Security:
Supports personal retirement account.
Believes reform is possible without tax increase.
Will develop a reform plan, and ask Congress for one as well.
Subprime:
New penalties for mortgage fraud.
Mandate accurate loan disclosure.
Establish fund to avert foreclosure.
Subprime:
Supports federal intervention to ease subprime mortgage pain.
No specific steps pledged.
Jobs:
Create jobs with energy independence plan.
Increase funding for workforce training programs.
Double federal funding for research and development.
Jobs:
Turn unemployment insurance program into retraining program.
Strengthen education to improve workforce skills.
Provide supplemental income to displaced, older workers who take new jobs.
Taxes:
$500 tax credit per person.
Universal mortgage credit.
Eliminate income tax for some seniors.
Taxes:
Repeal the alternative minimum tax.
Reform estate tax.
Ban Internet taxes and cell phone taxes.

This information was captured from Bankrate.com. To read more detailed facts click here.

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Elizabeth  |  July 25, 2008 at 4:41 AM

    interesting, thanks for posting

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