Queen Alixana wrote:
Supporting a leader because he promises to change things, without knowing for sure what direction that change will go is pretty stupid.
Actually, we have about as much of an idea of how the change will go under Obama as we do about Clinton and McCain.
We do? Who's "we"?
I just want *you* to list off a handful of specific "changes" that Obama has promised to make and that you support.
Is that really so much to ask?
The difference is that Obama also represents a possible change in the political climate of Washington, and that's what people want. McCain and Clinton represent neither of these things.
Again. Specifics. What things will be different in the "political climate of washington" with an Obama president.
Stop just saying "it'll be different", or "things will change". Maybe I'm just not being clear enough. I want you guys to actually say what the changes will be. As in, tell me what things would be like or are like and how those specific things will be different with Obama as president.
Will lobbying rules be changed? Will the ability of special interests to influence politics change? How? Will he increase taxes? Or lower them? How exactly will his policy towards Iraq be different then that of Clinton, or McCain? What about foreign policy in general?
I just want you to actually list them. I've asked this across about 3 different threads now over the last week or so, and so far not a single person has done this.
Again. Is it so much to ask that you go past "he'll change things"?