PhilipGOP Wrote:
Apr 09, 2013 5:49 PM
So Byron York thinks that presidential aspirants nowadays must be blank slates who avoid taking tough positions on issues lest it erode their popularity with voters? If that is where we are as a nation, we are too far gone. Would Margaret Thatcher be remembered as magnanimously today if that had been her approach to seeking the prime ministership? I, for one, want leaders and statesmen who actually try to address our nation's challenges, thereby demonstrating that they deserve to hold higher office, rather than blank slates with no achievements who spend their presidency floundering from one issue to the next.