Reasons to not vote for McCain: Economic implications

Take a moment to think about the current economic situation in the United States. Inflation has increased prices on most consumer goods, unemployment is at 5.7%, and the subprime mortgage crisis is an ongoing problem. Also consider the current situation where world food prices are increasing at incredible rates. Since the start of 2006, the average world price for rice has risen by 217%, wheat by 136%, maize by 125% and soybeans by 107%.

The sub prime mortgage crisis started in 2006.
The Early 2000s recession was from 2001 - 2003.
The Early 1990's recession was from 1990-1991.
The savings and loan crisis was roughly from 1986 to 1991.
The Early 1980's recession was from 1980-1982.
The 1973 oil crisis was from 1973 - 1975.

During the sub prime mortgage crisis, George W. Bush, a Republican, was president.
During the early 2000s recession,George W. Bush, a Republican, was president.
During the The Early 1990's recession, George H. W. Bush, a Republican, was president.
During the savings and loan crisis, Ronald Reagan, a Republican, was president.
During the early 1980's recession, Jimmy Carter, a Democrat, was president. Reagan probably inherited this problem from Carter.
During the 1973 oil crisis, Richard Nixon, a Republican, was president.

See the trend. Out of the six periods of negative economic activity I have mentioned five of them were likely caused by Republican economic policies. Although this is only a correlation and does not prove causation it would be foolish to vote another Republican into office. There is an alternative.

Vote Brian More for President of the United States of America.

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