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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by JW8725, Nov 1, 2008.
hmmm I wonder I wonder....
Ok.. who said McCain?
Easily Obama. Remember that Jobs is close to Gore and that its pretty clear that he voted for Gore in 2000. So its more than likely Jobs is a democrat
Where's the Green Party candidate? Seriously, I bet she has got a better chance that McCain at winning the Jobs vote.
LOL, er who?
Actually, it's interesting to note that Obama would increase Jobs' taxes. But I'm like 100% sure he'll vote for Obama.
Steve Jobs recommended no on prop 8, so i supporse Obama.
Obama would be raising Obama's taxes, too. Not everybody is viciously greedy.
It's also interesting to note that:
the GDP tends to grow faster under Democratic presidents (more growth under Carter than under Reagan, but Carter was killed by inflation from outside sources that he didn't do a good enough job of intervening in the "free market" to curb) http://www.prospect.org/csnc/blogs/ezraklein_archive?month=01&year=2008&base_name=your_world_in_charts_how_good
But, you're right. Republicans are better for the top 1% of the population, whereas overall the Democrats are better for at least 95% of us. (but interestingly, Republicans do a lot better in election years, with this year being an exception). But if everyone voted economic self-interest, then Obama would win by 90 points. http://www.washingtonmonthly.com/archives/individual/2005_05/006282.php
Not surprising. People don't vote their pocket books. See JT Plumber, red states (poorer) going for McCain, blue states (richer) for Obama.
Jobs, like Woz, is an old-school hippie at heart. Obama, no question. (This is not meant as an insult!)
I just added another option to the poll "Other"
I take it your a one issue voter?
Oh come one, Nader has run in the last how many elections??? (1992, 1996, 2000, and 2004 to be exact ) You could have thrown him in there.
Not even close.
mccain because he makes over 250k a year duh
Then why do you assume Jobs is, or anyone else for that matter?
No, but some people are:
John and Cindy McCain would reap $373,429 if McCains tax proposal were enacted.
Does anyone here seriously believe that Steve Jobs would vote for McCain?
Well, blow me down! Colour me surprised! John McCain looking after numero uno... Whoda thunk it!
Although, that shows that Obama would be better off under his own plan. I'm not sure how that works considering their join earnings last year were well over 250k (well, well over)