Voters Face Difficult Decision Between Ultra-Rich and Ultra-Richer
For voters already faced with a difficult decision in November, the latest in a series of delightful name-calling, finger-pointing campaign ads highlights what could become the most important issue in this year's presidential election: which ultra-rich candidate best relates to the average American. Set off by the revelation this week that John McCain can't remember how many houses he owns, this new mud-slinging contest could be the most crucial in the contest for the nation's top job.