It's not change when he (McCain) wants to give $200 billion to the biggest corporation or $4 billion to the oil companies when today, Exxon-Mobil announced that it had made the greatest profits of any corporation in the history of the world: $14 billion in one quarter. That's all your money. You are -- you are paying it at the gas station. That's not change when John McCain comes up with a tax plan that doesn't give a penny of relief to more than 100 million middle-class Americans.
To the economic illiterates who buy into this argument, note that once a person gives his money freely in a voluntary exchange of currency for a commodity, that money does not belong to him anymore. It's not surprising that the Prince of Redistribution does not understand this concept, given his education. But why in the world would anyone living in the real-world buy into this stuff?
To the Obama lemmings out there: If not the freedom to engage freely in economic transactions, what? Do you want Mommy or Daddy to buy your gas for you?