The Center says Obama's proposals would increase the debt by $3.5 trillion by 2018, while McCain's would increase it by $5 trillion. As Senator Moynihan once said, everyone is entitled to his own opinion but not his own facts.
Those being projections I find it hard to put them in the category of facts
Still vote for McCain if you want to, but let's not pretend that his budget proposals aren't full of red ink.
Nether really has any hopes for stemming the incoming wave of red ink. With the Iraq War, and the Feds propping up of more and more finical institutions at an alarming rate, the next president when it comes to the economy is walking into political suicide. (Im still convinced that is the main reason we have the 2 choices we have, as no one wants the job really)
For the economy the chickens are coming home to roost no matter who get into office.