Friday, October 03, 2008

"Change": Back To The Same Old Politics As Usual?

The only thing I changed in the opening statement from a previous vice presidential debate are the names to protect the innocent and the not so innocent.

(Biden) "I believe that most Americans would agree on the problems this country faces and which the next administration must solve. They include the need, once again, for an economy that works.
The economy today is in very, very bad shape, the highest unemployment since the Great Depression, 50% higher than when (Bush) took office, raging inflation.
The latest wholesale price index is once again raising the specter of double-digit inflation.
The purchasing power of the average American has slipped so much that it's now the equivalent of the purchasing power in 1965.
It's not getting better, it's getting worse.
All the leading indicators now point downward.
Stock investors are losing confidence.
Over $50 billion of value has disappeared from the stock market in less than a month.
We need a government that works, we need a government that cares, and once again, we have to get back at work on education, on health, on housing, on the environment, on energy.
And we need a foreign policy that once again reflects the values and the beliefs of the American people.
This will take leadership, and we need leadership, too.
The Republican administration, the Republican Party has had eight years to solve these problems.
All of them have gotten worse.
The Republican ticket does not offer new plans for their solution but is engaged in a frantic effort to defend the past.
This nation desperately needs new leadership.
The (Obama-Biden) ticket would offer a new generation of leadership dedicated to solving the problems I have listed, and that is the basis of our appeal."

Walter Mondale (D)- 1976
Carter-Mondale Ticket same as Obama-Biden ticket. So, if you are looking for the same failed policies of Jimmie Carter and Walter Mondale.... vote Obama-Biden.



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