What America Needs
Most of us are getting pretty tired of all the political mumbo jumbo and candidate backstabbing right about now, and we still have almost two months to go until the November election. The continual media barrage about what each candidate’s significant others are wearing or not wearing, who smoked what when, and who slept with who in college has done nothing but muddy the waters and distract voters from what really matters, finding solutions to this country’s mounting economic problems. Let’s hear less about what each man said in a speech twenty years ago, or political whining about which party actually got the gigantic snowball known as the American economy rolling down hill, and more about what each of the candidates plans are for economic recovery. I think this year more than ever America, especially rural America, needs to hear the plain hard facts about how the next possible president of the United States plans to help this nation recover. The nation has been in triage long enough now. It’s time to quit sifting, sorting, and finger pointing, and get down to the business of problem solving. The candidate who can do that will more than likely get the votes.