Obama Offers Middle-Class Tax Cuts That Are Three Times The Size Of McCain's. No Tax Increases for Families Making Less Than $250,000. McCain Offers Tax Plan That Ignores 101 Million Middle-Class Households but Not the Oil Industry, Which Would Receive a $4 Billion Tax Break. Obama would provide $1,000 Immediate Energy Rebates this fall. Obama Will Invest $150 Billion Over 10 Years and Create 5 Million New Green Jobs. Obama Will Partner With Domestic Automakers To Fast-Track The Development Of Higher Mileage Cars And Produce Advanced Vehicles. Obama Will Lower Costs By Up to $2,500 per Family and Improve Quality Guarantee Health Coverage for Every American. Under Obama's Plan, If You Like Your Health Care, Nothing Changes.
McCain Has Been Part Of The Problem in Washington. McCain Offers Washington Gimmicks Instead Of Real Energy Solutions That Save You Pennies While Boosting Oil Industry Profits. McCain Has Opposed Investments In Renewable Energy. McCain Joined Bush In Opposing Legislation That Included Tax Incentives For the Purchase Of Fuel Efficient Cars Under McCain's Plan, Health Insurance Benefits Would be Taxed For The First Time, Resulting In A $3.6 Trillion Tax Increase On Working Families. The Health Care Tax Credit McCain Offers Would Cover Less Than Half The Cost Of An Average Health Care Plan. McCain's Health Care Plan Would Not Mandate Coverage For Those With Pre-Existing Conditions. McCain's Health Care Plan Does Almost Nothing To Reduce The Number Of Uninsured. McCain Wants To Continue Bush Tax Cuts For The Wealthy That He Once Criticized As Too Tilted To The Wealthy. Thats the story on John Mccain and Barack Obama