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Inflation: Washington is Blind to Main Street's Biggest Concern

Blair31 Wrote: Oct 16, 2012 3:32 PM
Professional politicians care more about Wall Street than they do about Main Street. All pretenses, and protestations, to the contrary, they pretend to be concerned about Main Street, but they're not. They're concerned about NUMERO UNO, #1, THE ALMIGHTY $. What's the best way to get rid of the professional politicians? Limit their terms. Senators, one six-year term, if it's good enough for the President of Mexico and Bob McDonnell, why shouldn't it be good enough for a U.S. Senator? Then limit Representatives to one two-year term. Term limits work in Maine. No loss of "institutional memory" there.
Journalists, politicians and economists all seem to agree that the biggest economic issue currently worrying voters is unemployment. It follows then that most believe that the deciding factor in the presidential race will be the ability of each candidate to convince the public that his policies will create jobs. It seems that everyone got this memo...except the voters. 

According to the results of a Fox News poll released last week (a random telephone sample of more than 1,200 registered voters), 41% identified "inflation" as "the biggest economic problem they...