My newest op-ed
at Fox News is up. Here is the beginning of it:
Does government do enough to help the poor? Senators McCain and Obama could not be more divided on their approach. Even Obama’s website has a section entitled “poverty” with a large list of new antipoverty programs, while McCain doesn’t.
Yet, this is part of a bigger difference between the two campaigns in whether to single out specific groups for help.
While Obama’s website includes issue headings for “women,” “rural,” “seniors,” and “disabilities,” McCain’s website generally focuses only on broad issues that effect everyone such as “energy,” “education,” and “economic plan.” Both websites have sections on veterans.
On poverty, Obama has a very long list of proposals, . . . .
Labels: Obama, op-ed