So, John McCain accused Barack Obama of wanting to have the superrich help the homeless and hungry get some shelter and some food. Barack Obama didn't respond with that's right. He doesn't want to increase taxes on the superrich to, as McCain said, "spread the wealth around."
Now, why didn't Obama say the superrich have too much and that they aren't going to be hurt by helping to relieve pain and suffering but rather helped in both the short and long runs by giving and sharing, which they would? (Did he? I don't have TV.)
He didn't say it, because he was chosen by the superrich at the last Bilderberg Group meeting, which he attended in secret.
It isn't for Obama to decide if and when taxes will be raised one the superrich. If he were to have gone against the Bilderberg Group, they would have motioned for their machine (media corporations) to destroy him in the public's perception.
Of course, there are only two peaceful ways to improve the plight of the poor. One is temporary. The other is permanent. The first is via coercive tax increases. That's the mundane way. The other is via the voluntary Christian Commons Project™.
John McCain has no problem with coercion or with taking from the poor to give to the superrich. He just has a problem with the common people, those not born to the manor. John was born to the manor. So was George W. Bush. So were their fathers. So were their father's fathers.... Understand?
Christians they weren't and still aren't.