Which US Presidential Candidate has the best tech policy?

Mirror, mirror, on the wall, which US Presidential Candidate has the best tech policy?

I went off to Google to answer that question. Here’s the searches I did:

McCain tech policy

Obama tech policy

Well, assuming that they both have a tech policy (I don’t know that for sure yet, but they both should in today’s world) there’s one candidate that has much better SEO than the other.

I’ll let you click the links and figure out which one it is.

But, I’m wondering, who do you think has the best tech policy of these two guys?

UPDATE: There’s already six comments on FriendFeed about this (zero here) in the first few minutes after I posted this.

60 thoughts on “Which US Presidential Candidate has the best tech policy?

  1. Today, Republican presidential candidate John McCain is introducing a tech agenda that differs from Democrat Barack Obama’s on “net neutrality” laws but has similar viewpoints on tax breaks, high-tech labor laws and other hot tech policy issues.

    Obama made his sweep through Silicon Valley last year, connecting with top entrepreneurs like Marc Andreessen, and telling us about his technology policy proposal, that was impressive in its depth. McCain, who has given some interviews this year where he’s outlined his policies, has up until now not presented any formal proposal, and has been criticized because of that.

    Furthermore, I stumble a clash videos awhile ago, the US Presidential candidates have talked taxes. The said clash videos is being featured in http://clashorama.com/index.php?id=194

  2. Today, Republican presidential candidate John McCain is introducing a tech agenda that differs from Democrat Barack Obama’s on “net neutrality” laws but has similar viewpoints on tax breaks, high-tech labor laws and other hot tech policy issues.

    Obama made his sweep through Silicon Valley last year, connecting with top entrepreneurs like Marc Andreessen, and telling us about his technology policy proposal, that was impressive in its depth. McCain, who has given some interviews this year where he’s outlined his policies, has up until now not presented any formal proposal, and has been criticized because of that.

    Furthermore, I stumble a clash videos awhile ago, the US Presidential candidates have talked taxes. The said clash videos is being featured in http://clashorama.com/index.php?id=194

  3. I think the term “mccain tech policy” and “obama tech policy” should not made a big issues to stand out those two big wheels and that has nothing to do with the so called SEO team.

  4. I think the term “mccain tech policy” and “obama tech policy” should not made a big issues to stand out those two big wheels and that has nothing to do with the so called SEO team.

  5. Wow, yet another article that leaves out the Libertarian party. There are 3 major people running for president you know. You would think the fact that Bob Barr is going to speak at FreedomFest (http://www.http://www.freedomfest.com/speakers.htm#Geo-Politics_&_Current_Events) about “Technology and Government Power – A Deadly Cocktail for Freedom” that you would write about that.

    http://www.bobbarr2008.com/a-real-choice

    Bob Barr is the 2008 Libertarian nominee for President of the United States. Previously, he represented the 7th District of Georgia in the U. S. House of Representatives from 1995 to 2003, serving as a senior member of the Judiciary Committee, as Vice-Chairman of the Government Reform Committee, and as a member of the Committee on Financial Services. He now practices law with the Law Offices of Edwin Marger, and runs a consulting firm, Liberty Strategies LLC, headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia and with offices in the Washington, D.C. area. Barr works tirelessly to help preserve our fundamental right to privacy and our other civil liberties guaranteed in the Bill of Rights

  6. Wow, yet another article that leaves out the Libertarian party. There are 3 major people running for president you know. You would think the fact that Bob Barr is going to speak at FreedomFest (http://www.http://www.freedomfest.com/speakers.htm#Geo-Politics_&_Current_Events) about “Technology and Government Power – A Deadly Cocktail for Freedom” that you would write about that.

    http://www.bobbarr2008.com/a-real-choice

    Bob Barr is the 2008 Libertarian nominee for President of the United States. Previously, he represented the 7th District of Georgia in the U. S. House of Representatives from 1995 to 2003, serving as a senior member of the Judiciary Committee, as Vice-Chairman of the Government Reform Committee, and as a member of the Committee on Financial Services. He now practices law with the Law Offices of Edwin Marger, and runs a consulting firm, Liberty Strategies LLC, headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia and with offices in the Washington, D.C. area. Barr works tirelessly to help preserve our fundamental right to privacy and our other civil liberties guaranteed in the Bill of Rights

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