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Obama Rally at Cashman

Obama Rally at Cashman

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Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2008 | 1:30 a.m.

Barack Obama spoke at a rally at Cashman Field in North Las Vegas on Wednesday night. He discussed tax credits to families struggling with mortgages, health care, solar power in Nevada and creating new jobs for teachers nationwide.

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  1. And how does Obama expect to pay for all these "ideas" he has proposed ?? Raising taxes!! how else. He talks and talks.. but doesn't say ANYTHING

  2. It's so nice to finally have a conscientious candidate who speaks in "real" terms. I finally don't feel like I am trapped at an NRA rally.

  3. Tax credits are another name for spending on things we like. It targets the payments to Corporation that are in those fields, but they are spending plans no matter what you call them. I don't want Sen. Obama to promise me any more gifts. We are going broke paying for the ones Pelosi and Reid have already promised.

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