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Will Mcain regret this statement now?
« on: September 24, 2008, 10:52:35 AM »

From this article

http://www.pharmatimes.com/WorldNews/article.aspx?id=14395&src=EWorldNews

- Meantime, Sen McCain is probably regretting the comments he made in an article published in the current (September/October) issue of Contingencies, the journal of the American Academy of Actuaries.

In his article, which is entitled “Better health care at lower cost for every American,” Sen McCain writes: “Opening up the health insurance market to more vigorous nationwide competition, as we have done over the last decade in banking, would provide more choices of innovative products less burdened by the worst excesses of state-based regulation.”

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Re: Will Mcain regret this statement now?
« Reply #1 on: September 24, 2008, 11:13:38 AM »

You need a regulator...or crisis handler in every field of life. :D
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Re: Will Mcain regret this statement now?
« Reply #2 on: September 24, 2008, 11:14:09 AM »

Imagine BCCI as a regulator!
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Re: Will Mcain regret this statement now?
« Reply #3 on: September 24, 2008, 01:02:54 PM »

nope he wont. US  public doesnt pay attention to these kind of details. We are busy worrying about Lindsey Lohan
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Re: Will Mcain regret this statement now?
« Reply #4 on: September 24, 2008, 01:15:09 PM »

McCain lied to CBS "60 minutes" recently that Rick Davis had nothing to do with Freddie Mac after 2005, and he would be glad to have anyone look at records to (dis)prove that.  Newsweek and NYT report that Davis was paid upto last month.

I am sure republicans will come up with an explanation for this citing some Obama action.
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Re: Will Mcain regret this statement now?
« Reply #5 on: September 24, 2008, 02:47:41 PM »

From this article

http://www.pharmatimes.com/WorldNews/article.aspx?id=14395&src=EWorldNews

- Meantime, Sen McCain is probably regretting the comments he made in an article published in the current (September/October) issue of Contingencies, the journal of the American Academy of Actuaries.

In his article, which is entitled “Better health care at lower cost for every American,” Sen McCain writes: “Opening up the health insurance market to more vigorous nationwide competition, as we have done over the last decade in banking, would provide more choices of innovative products less burdened by the worst excesses of state-based regulation.”

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I am sure this will eventually find its way to one of the campaign ads
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Re: Will Mcain regret this statement now?
« Reply #6 on: September 24, 2008, 03:08:27 PM »

nope he wont. US  public doesnt pay attention to these kind of details. We are busy worrying about Lindsey Lohan
Yes that is correct.  The last 8 years is a proof of that.  U.S. as a country is slipping fast. 

Still I feel this election will boil down in the end being voted along racial lines costing Obama the election the better option than McCain/Palin(A running mate who has no clue on governance, finance, economics or world politics) despite the following catostrophies during the Bush regime.

1) Look at the U.S national debt. for starters (Close to 10 Trillion dollars). 

2) Then the financial market collapse.  Worst signs of economy in 80 years.

3) Heavy burden on the exchequer because of an illegal unwanted war.

4) Doubled gas prices throwing everything out of place.  Rising prices of essentials, unwanted layoffs, personal bankruptcies the side effects.

So yes I do not expect most of the U.S. public to pay attention to most of the issues though they should in this time of crisis.
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