Yet politicians need to add something else to their admittedly long to do lists. They need to step back away from the campaign so they can get a sense of the bigger picture and what’s really on the mind of American voters’ these days. If they do, one thing will become immediately...
I agree with Emily - the economy and money are very important to me. As an independent, I voted for McCain/Palin in the last election and will vote Romney/Ryan in the upcoming, however, for most local government positions, I will be voting democrat. Given the opportunity, republicans did not support the Paycheck Fairness Act - http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/politics/2012/06/05/obama-paycheck-fairness-act-fails-in-senate/ Viagra is covered under Medicaid and this is predominately for elderly men. The age of a man's sperm has been positively correlated to autism costing 3.4 million for care of that child. Viagra, birth control and abortions should not be funded by taxpayers!
Campaigning is really hard work: running from one campaign event to the next, answering hostile questions from the press, kissing babies, and shaking hands. There is no room for mistakes and no time for distractions. Being a politician is a hard life. Don’t laugh; I’m being serious.
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