During the current economic climate relevant to the United States where the senate and the house are currently trying to find a formula which will enable both parties to find a solution to the present upheaval in Wall street and in the banking sector.
I would like to put forward a plan which would potentially save the American tax payer a princely sum of $4,973,800 over the course of the next 34 years or so – so just bear with me and I will try to explain further.
The President’s pension is currently $191,300 per year until he attains the ripe old age of 80.
If elected to the oval office and supposing he served two terms as President, Mr. McCain would receive nothing as a pension as he would already be 80years old when he vacates office in January of 2017
On the other hand if Mr Obama was elected as president and sat two terms in the oval office, he could conceivably live for all 26 years of his retirement after de -mitting the office of President in 2017 and would be in line to receive a pension in the region of $4,973,800.
Although it would concern me greatly from a political stance to see Mr McCain elected I can not deny that in the interests of fiscal responsibility and to save the American tax payer a small fortune it certainly makes economic sense to elect Mr.McCain in November.
How's that for non-partisan thinking?