After days of exhaustive investigation (let me tell you, the McCain campaign was not very willing to give access to their donut plan) I have learned about some key differences between the candidates...
- Wants to use federal monies to open Dunkin' Donut stores in high-need areas
- Wants to use federal monies to subsidize the cost of donuts, but only for those making less than $250,000. He proposes a 'donut card' for Americans who earn below this sum. In other words, the vast majority of working Americans will be able to purchase donuts at a reduced rate.
- Wants to provide a tax credit for donut spending that does not come close to meeting the average cost of yearly donut spending
- Wants to tax income used to purchase donuts
- Basically only wants rich people to be able to buy donuts
Food and Pants reports, you decide...