Gasparino becomes third Fox Business personality to debut a 2010 election platform
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Appearing on Fox News' Happening Now, Fox Business' Charles Gasparino explained what he felt should be the criteria for voters to make their electoral choices this November:
Gasparino says that while he doesn't "endorse parties," voters should support candidates who voted "against the bank bailouts" and "believe we should have lower taxes," and let markets run the show, not government run the show." This makes Gasparino the third Fox Business hostto lay out a platform that details how he feels voters should make their decisions this fall.
A few days ago Fox Senior VP for Business News Neil Cavuto debuted his "2010 Platform," while Fox Business anchor David Asman has been asking guests to sign on to the "Scoreboard Pledge." All three platforms are of a conservative nature, asking for such initiatives as "no new taxes" (Asman), "lower taxes" (Gasparino), and "raising retirement age for Social Security" (Cavuto).