U.S. presidential election, 2008: Campaign Issues
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The following may well be Campaign Issues during U.S. presidential election, 2008.
Campaign Finance Reform & Elections
- illegal immigration / immigration reform
- Jobs Growth in the U.S.
- U.S. budget deficit
- U.S. economy
- U.S. National Debt
- U.S. Social Security
- U.S. tax cuts
- U.S. trade deficit
- U.S. unemployment
- wage stagnation (minimum wage)
- failed states
- free trade
- nuclear weapons
- rogue nations / outposts of tyranny
- violence in the Middle East
- war on terrorism
- civil war in Iraq
- Exit Strategy from Iraq
- Iraqi insurgency
- Operation Iraqi Freedom: Year Four
- sectarian break-up of Iraq
- war in Iraq
- war profiteering
Related SourceWatch/Congresspedia Resources
- 110th United States Congress
- Bush administration scandals
- Republican 'culture of corruption'
- The case for impeachment of President George W. Bush
- Ron Fullwood, "Bush and Repugs at Their Most Dangerous; Scorching the Earth Behind Them. This could be the most dangerous period of Bush's reign," OpEdNews, May 7, 2006.
- F. William Engdahl, "The US's geopolitical nightmare," Asia Times, May 9, 2006.
- Matt Margolis, "Senate Fails to Pass Flag Burning Amendment," GOP Bloggers, June 28, 2006. On the flag burning amendment: "Among possible presidential contenders in 2008, six voted yes: Democrat Evan Bayh of Indiana and Republicans George Allen of Virginia, Sam Brownback of Kansas, Frist, Chuck Hagel of Nebraska, and John McCain of Arizona. Five, all Democrats, voted no: Joseph Biden of Delaware, Hillary Rodham Clinton of New York, Christopher Dodd of Connecticut, Russell Feingold of Wisconsin, John Kerry of Massachusetts."
- John Aravosis, "Republicans have lots of respect for our dead troops. Too bad they couldn't care less about the living ones," AMERICAblog, July 12, 2006.