Thursday, October 16, 2008

Who Has the Advantage?

Did McCain was able to turn the presidential race story after last night's debate?

I have listen to our (hubby and I) favorite radio station on our way home from work and the host is implying that McCain wasn't able to establish a good advantage over last night's debate. Republicans or Democrats who pick McCain over Obama hope that last night's debate could change the result of the coming election.

Until now, I know there are a lot of Americans who are still undecided as to who they are going to give their votes. With America on the brim of economic recession, everyone is so worried and unsure whether voting McCain or Obama can instill progress to the struggling US economy.

There are some Democrats who will vote for McCain not because they are transferring their loyalty to the other party but they don't agree to have Obama as the president. My husband is the real example to this. He is Democrat by heart and all of you know he is also a black American but according to him his vote, if he will cast his vote, will go to McCain. He doesn't agree with Obama's platforms especially when it comes to the socialist way of giving health insurance to people and his stand on illegal immigration.

No matter what the outcome of the election, I hope that everything will be for the benefits of all the people in America. Comes November 4, I hope everyone will be wise enough and will think not only but million of times before casting their vote. Remember, your vote can either make or break this country...

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