(CNN) - McCain touched on immigration policy –- it’s a touchy subject. One thing the convention has largely avoided talking about is immigration, an area where McCain has often parted ways with the conservative base.
Finally, he brings out some criticism of Obama, in talking about the second element of his economic plan: cutting taxes. Cutting taxes and keeping government spending low are the foundation of Republican economics –- Reaganomics.
The question is, do people feel their economic problems caused by government spending and high taxes? They certainly did in 1980 -– but it’s 28 years later.
He keeps hitting Obama on the economy with an arguable criticism: I don’t know if it’s fair to say Obama is wishing away the global economy, as McCain is saying –- what’s the basis of that claim?