If the Republican party stands for a deregulated market,what does Mc cain stand for?

Posted on March 23rd, 2011 by admin1 in republican marketing

I am confused about what the Republican party stands for since their candidate doesn’t even support his own.

The Republican party does stand for deregulation. McCain stands for McCain.

McCain is proposing regulation for Real Estate and Banking because he thinks that’s what will get him elected. The Conservative party is going to support that during the election because they want to get him elected and then they’re going to do what the hell they want to do because that’s the way they roll. Look at George Bush.

For the debate, he’s going to propose regulation for everything, giving money to everyone and again because he thinks it will get him elected. But of course, he doesn’t mean any of it. Because, clearly that’s the way he rolls.

19 Comments on “If the Republican party stands for a deregulated market,what does Mc cain stand for?”

  1. depp.johnny71

    TAKE FROM THE POOR A ND GIVE TO THE RICH! THAT SIMPLE! References :

  2. KZ

    Its simple ! McCain stands for deregulation of Rep party.References :

  3. Head Over Heels

    Getting rich off the stupidity of Joe Six PackReferences :

  4. Bull

    Whatever is popular todayReferences :

  5. Retired

    America’s best hope for a healthy economy and homeland security.References :

  6. celticagent

    Mc Cain stands for son of Cain.References :

  7. pure conscience

    McShame stands for saying and doing anything that will get him the keys to the White House.

    That’s it, game over, that’s all he cares about.References :

  8. SVT Cobra Lover

    Gross incompetence and stupidity.References :

  9. tom bailey

    There is much confusion on this issue as it relates to the current financial crisis. 6 years ago rep. wanted deregulation in the banking industry to allow them to stop having to make sub-prime loans. Democrats wanted equality and wanted minorities to be able to borrow regardless of qualification. That is an example of deregulation that he wanted. References :

  10. Ben

    Neither McCain nor Obama stand for anything in particular; they stand for what they think will win them votes.References :

  11. Variable 46

    McCain is saying and doing whatever he thinks it takes to get him elected. Like that insanity of taking over and renegotiating everyone’s bad mortgages for them…sheer rubbish. In that regard he’s not the "maverick" he likes to say he is (he just says that because — surprise — he thinks it will help him get elected).

    He’s not a maverick but he’s not necessarily evil either…he’s just a politician. Just like Sen. Obama, Sen. Clinton, President Bush, etc., etc.

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  12. voxygen8

    The confusion is that you need to check your premise. The Republican party doesn’t stand for a deregulated market. It has always advocated and supported a wide variety of regulations in diverse markets, ranging from product safety to antitrust to international terms of trade, to the conduct (or misconduct) of financial markets.

    That said, there are a variety of differences amongst parties and their members (including McCain) as to just how these markets ought to be regulated and just how these regulations ought to be enforced.
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  13. nomad

    The Republicans do not "stand" for a deregulated market. Republicans try to limit the Federal Governments involvement in private business. Deregulation is not a bad thing, however it needs to be done responsibly. References :

  14. Shootmeinthebuttwithanarrow

    Imagine a really old man jumping from one side of a line to the other side of the line and then back again.

    Here comes old man John McCain
    Foppin’ down the campaign trail,
    Flippity Floppity,
    Ambiguities are on its way

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  15. Lettie D

    He has always voted for deregulation in the Senate, however, I understand that he has changed his mind sometime during this election. Actually after the financial crisis.References : senate.gov/legislation

  16. Sqweegee

    If you can tell me one thing Obama stands for that hasn’t changed throughout the campaign I will tell you that McCain is Rep but he’s a people rep. Meaning, he is, like me, a little inbetween on some issues that don’t qualify as a "Rep Way" or a "dem way". If that makes any sense to you. He makes his decisions on knowledge and heart, instead of what the people want to hear…like Obama.

    Good luck to you and I hope you get out and vote, but vote for the PERSON you feel is going to take care of the business at hand!
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  17. Mike B

    The Republican party stand for removing UNNECESSARY regulations that hold a business back. Not total deregulation

    It was the Republican party who Warned of this fiasco and 3 times since 2001 has tried to apply some set of rules (regulations) to bring them in to line. All 3 attempts were defeated by Democrat filibusters.

    So you see if is the Democrats responsible for the crash.

    And if you notice, it is the Republicans (Bush) who called the conference of the G-7 to quell the downward spiral. The knew it had to be corrected on a world wide scale from the same plan. It was also the Republicans who noticed the United Kingdom back had to be the first to cure and the the US banks. Now look at the market, It is climbing very fast.

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  18. sansan1256

    Has been thoroughly explained by so many that all I will add is THUMBS UP.References :

  19. gottaplaygirl

    The Republican party does stand for deregulation. McCain stands for McCain.

    McCain is proposing regulation for Real Estate and Banking because he thinks that’s what will get him elected. The Conservative party is going to support that during the election because they want to get him elected and then they’re going to do what the hell they want to do because that’s the way they roll. Look at George Bush.

    For the debate, he’s going to propose regulation for everything, giving money to everyone and again because he thinks it will get him elected. But of course, he doesn’t mean any of it. Because, clearly that’s the way he rolls.References :

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