“…in Minnesota, the same party that brought you two terms of George Bush and Dick Cheney will ask this country for a third. And we are here because we love this country too much to let the next four years look like the last eight.” Obama not only is he showing the trait of how Americans love and devote time into the country but he is also questioning McCain’s abilities as president. “But the record's clear: John McCain has voted with George Bush ninety percent of the time. Senator McCain likes to talk about judgment, but really, what does it say about your judgment when you think George Bush has been right more than ninety percent of the time? I don't know about you, but I'm not ready to take a ten percent chance on change.” Obama is talking about how important change is to American’s and how George Bush did not accomplish that, and McCain supported Bush most of the time.
The invisible primary has often been tagged as the ‘money primary’ as it vital for candidates to accumulate ‘war chests’ by securing money from sponsors in order to set up the large campaigns. This was the case before the 2000 election in which President George Bush raised 30 million dollars just for the Invisible Primaries in the first quarter. Similarly, this was the case with Obama and Clinton who fought to secure funding for the invisible primaries. Under Obama’s supports was Penny Pritzker, part of the Hyatt family who gave huge financial support to Obama during the invisible primaries, essential to gain money in order to cover costs for the media coverage and campaigning. Elizabeth Dole campaigning for the Presidential nominee in 2000 actually dropped out of the race due to financial instability which is indicative that money is a huge factor in the invisible primaries.
In Barack Obama’s re-election ad, “Won’t Say – Obama for America TV Ad,” the targeted audience is the middle class people. Obama is trying to get across the point that the Republican candidate Mitt Romney will, if elected, raise taxes on the average middle class family in order to get tax breaks for the rich. The campaign ad for President Barack Obama, “Won’t Say – Obama for America TV Ad,” presents a visual and textual argument with the strategies of pathos, logos, and ethos to show to the middle class people that Mitt Romney will raise their taxes in order to cut taxes for the rich, like himself. But Romney is not saying exactly what he will do to the middle class people. The argument of Obama’s ad is slightly effective after further research; Romney’s plans are not necessarily to raise taxes on the middle class, but at the same time, he will lower the tax rates for the higher class.
Would Herman Cain's 9-9-9 tax plan get you to vote for him? FROM CNN's Jack Cafferty: Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain is breathing down Mitt Romney's neck – and much of the attention he's getting is focused on his 9-9-9 tax plan. Cain talks about this plan, and how it would stimulate economic growth, a lot. Whether you agree or disagree with Cain's tax plan, there's no doubt it would simplify our complicated tax code. The 9-9-9 plan would get rid of almost all of the current taxes and replace them with: •A 9% flat federal individual income tax •– A 9% flat federal corporate tax •– And a new 9% national sales tax Not everyone is sold.
ACCT 323 Assignment 1 Tax Research https://hwguiders.com/downloads/acct-323-assignment-1-tax-research/ ACCT 323 Assignment 1 Tax Research The facts for your Tax Research Assignment 1 are as follows: Mikki Jag is a self-employed rock star who hires you as his new CPA to prepare his 2014 federal income tax returns, which are currently on extension. He explains that in 2014 he spent $10,000 on special “flashy” clothes and outfits for his rock concerts. Mikki would like to deduct the cost of these clothes as work-related because the clothes are not acceptable to his sense of fashion on a daily basis. He would like to know under what circumstances he can deduct the cost of these work clothes. Instructions: Please research
This gave Senator Reid a big enough boost to get him re-elected. While Senator Patty Murray of Washington faced challenges in her re-election bid. In an article for The Washington Times Daily, Kevin Freking wrote “Support for Yucca Mountain in the two states shows that positions on now how to deal with nuclear waste are often shaped by regional differences rather than partisan ones.” In March 2010 when the DOE withdrew its application for Yucca Mountain, Senator Murray gave the Energy Secretary an earful. She told Energy Secretary Steven Chu “I just think it’s irresponsible.”
How America Would Be Different: Without Important People and Times in History Ashley Kimpling 4/28/2014 The first topic I have chosen to focus on is “Reaganomics”; this was the preposition that Reagan made when he ran for president. It was an idea of making tax cuts for the wealthy of 30%. Although only a 25% tax cut was approved Reagan still thought that this would help the economy. His reasoning for this was that the wealthy would save that money and be able to spend more money, by spending more he thought it would create more jobs. Unfortunately, while Reagan was in office the national debt tripled; it went from one trillion to three trillion dollars (Independence Hall Association, 2008-2014).
Another destruction that he talks about is the global warming. Researchers are trying to find expensive ways to reduce the amount of carbon dioxide as it pours from power plant smokestacks and finally won’t enter the atmosphere. But Mckibben claims that the cars and factories and furnaces will keep belching carbon dioxide into the atmosphere as long as we burn fossil fuels. He also cited what Yale economist William Nordhaus says, “the damage from global warming will be confined to farming and forestry, which represent only 3 percent of the
He wants to the people to know the truth that Obama’s way is not the right way and that his way is. Romney used logical appeal in the beginning to have the audience think about the future and what it holds for them if he would to win the election. His use of pathos rallied the audience that built a fire inside of them like never before, so that they can vote for him in this election. Lastly he used repetition to show them the importance of the future of what it will look like for them if he wins. He is one step closer to the White House and of that dream becoming true for
One of the most influential promises President Barrack Obama made was getting the Don’t Ask Don’t Tell done away with once and for all by starting the bill of getting the policy appealed. President Obama to some has not done much to help the Unites States issues such as the number of people whom have lost their homes because of unemployment and the 3.6 billion dollar deficient that the country seems to have all the sudden fallen into. President Obama according to author Andre Michael Eggelletion of the Real deal talk website has mange to do so much for the US to name a few things he has signed an executive order on government contracting to fight waste and abuse, Signed the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, restoring basic protections against pay discrimination for women and other workers, Launched a U.S. financial and banking rescue plan, Provided affordable, high-quality child care to working families, Cracked down on companies that deny sick pay, vacation and health insurance to workers by abusing the employee classification of independent contractor. Such companies also avoid paying Social Security, Medicare and unemployment insurance taxes for those workers: Designated $1.5 billion from the Troubled Asset Relief Program to fund programs at local housing finance agencies in the states hardest hit by the housing crisis: California, Florida, Nevada, Arizona and Michigan. The