Mock Endorsement Letter To Barack Obama. Issues On Tax, Health Care, And His Vice Presidential Pick.

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Dickson LauPresidential EndorsementThis year's presidential election is among the most significant in our nation's history. Although I will not rehearse the multiple crises facing us, I am certain of one thing: this is an opportunity for a national evolution, and I am convinced that Barack Obama is the person to capture it. With the economy in a disastrous condition, people must look to a confident and secure president and a strong government to be able to get them out of this situation. I generally agree with Obama's policies, especially his plans for handling personal tax and healthcare issues. Furthermore, I believe that Obama's decision on appointing Joe Biden as the Vice-Presidential nominee is a very wise choice. Barack Obama's strategies as president will benefit the nation significantly that Americans are sure to see the good days in no time.In thinking carefully about the campaign and the strengths of the candidates, there is an extra quality that Obama exhibits. That is, in addition to ardent intelligence, integrity, and a rare authenticity, Obama displays something that has nothing to do with age, experience, race or gender, and that is creative imagination. Coupled with cleverness and brilliance, Obama seems like the leader that can lead the nation with his wisdom. Obama's morals and ambitions give him the courage to look at our nation in the eye and say, "I will fix this problem."The nation's tax issue is slowly escalating and eventually we can all kiss our savings bye-bye. Fortunately, Obama has an intricate and efficient tax plan that can solve this problem. Unlike Obama, McCain would apply a lighter hand to taxes paid by the wealthy. The rich taxpayers win out under McCain's plan, while lower-income earners benefit more under Obama's proposals. Unfortunately, there is an increasing gap between the rich and the poor and the poor just cannot pay the taxes and be sufficient to meet the needs of their family. So Obama has proposed to leave all tax cuts in place for everyone except couples making more than $250,000 and singles making more than $200,000. Those high-income groups would see their top two income tax rates revert to 36% and 39.6% from 33% and 35% respectively. Under his plan, Obama will reduce a lot of stress and worry that causes American families across the nation. Not too many people can make 250k a year. CNN project that "Joe the plumber" would have to make 1,000,000 dollars in sales per year in order to obtain his own profit of 250,000 after all the other expenses has been paid. Statistics show that only 1.5% of U.S. households have incomes of $250,000 or more. The report shows households, not individuals, so the number of people making $250,000 or more is even smaller. The information also shows that 25% of U.S. households have incomes of $22,500 or less. That's one in every four households - not individuals, households - getting by on less than $23,000. So if someone is making 250 grand a year, they're rich; even...

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