Third United States Presidential Debate was organized at Hofstra Uiversity. The debate was between Democratic candidate Senator Barack Obama and Republican candidate Senator John McCain; event was moderated by Bob Schieffer. The debate rules were explained by the moderator at the beginning.
The debate was opened with a question regarding economic plan of both the members. Obama had more clarity about his economic plan regarding short term and long term fixes. His idea about giving a tax credit to companies that create jobs in America is very good. It potentates the use of human resources as well as improvise the industrial turnover. He corners the companies with exceptional income by increasing their tax break, at the same time giving credit to families who earn less than $ 200, 000. However McCain addressed the “Joe Plumber” issue which may not be relevant to every one. I truly believe that more than 90% of Americans belong to middle class and they need a tax break.
The second question was about the reducing the deficit in the economic proposals. Obama emphasized more on education, health care system, and energy policy. His ideas about “Preventing the disease by investing now is exceptional”. His views about focusing on education for youth to raise the economy, saving energy, reducing subsidies to insurance companies are commendable. Though McCain brought the issue of nuclear energy, it is not acceptable at current drought situation. When it is time to think about Americans common needs, I feel that by far it is the top priority, not nuclear power. Instead of explaining about his economic plan in detail McCain brought up completely irrelevant issues, funding issues he fought about in the past.
In addressing the next question about their campaigns, Obama gave a phenomenal answer that campaigns are not personal, we should not characterize anyone. Obama brought the point that “Americans are not interested in our hurt feelings”, which is true. Americans are...