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Are there really any policy differences between John McCain and George W. Bush? And, if so, what are they?

Asked by Zuma (5908points) October 27th, 2008

On the size of government.
On the economy.
On the bailout.
On the Iraq war.
And, on the war on terror.

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jrpowell's avatar

The only thing I can really think of is immigration. And even that is a little fuzzy. I’m not really sure where McCain stands on that. His opinion on it seems to bounce around a bit.

I think they are pretty much ‘N Sync with everything on your list.

asmonet's avatar

What JP said.

hoosier_banana's avatar

That’s like asking if Karl Rove’s policies are different than Karl Rove’s policies. John McCain is against torture, for obvious reasons (although most accounts say he was not actually tortured as bad as Bush does it). Too bad he never experienced war and poverty and lack of health coverage as well.

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