Majority of the candidates took a different stance, by placing the blame on the Democrats, mainly Obama, for the state of today’s economy. I always find it quite funny when John Kasich attempts to answer any question asked of him, mainly because he normally responds by completely disregarding the question. This might be one of the reason why his poll numbers are so low, and also another reason why he was not fully included into the debate like the rest of his peers. It is obvious from the past two debates that Kasich’s central focus is on balancing the budget and tax reforms, but the other issues still seem to be unclear. In my opinion, both Marco Rubio and Rand Paul have clear plans on what exactly they would do if elected into office, while the others seem to have vague
California is probably going to decide the Democratic nominee. If Hillary lose California big you can expect a contested convention to happen on the Democratic side. Hillary won 't have enough pledge delegate once the primaries are over. This would be a good thing for Trump it give him the time and energy he needs to come up with a ground game. I hope that Trump will use the convention as a way to recruit Bernie Sander support to our side.
National media, such that exists today, has made elections more of a 'sports ' type of election. The public backs the candidate that they agree with and believe in. For example, I feel that the rampant Bernie Sanders support will meld away if Hillary Clinton wins the Democratic primary. Very similar to the support for Clinton in 2008. After President Obama won the primary, all of the support for her shifted to support Obama.
In Obama’s case, the journalists had been facing an uphill battle with these rumors, specifically because he is a black man. The challenge wasn’t in proving he was a born-citizen, but rather it was getting people to like Obama all over again. Furthermore, these reporters could have done a better job with disputing the birth certificate rumors by emphasizing the fact that Donald Trump had started them. Many people are unaware that this businessman started the rumors, but I believe wholeheartedly that if they had known the story had initially from an unreliable source, it would have changed everyone’s outlook on the
Her intelligence and experience in the white house would better this country. She will be the first of many women to be president. She believes in the separation of church and state and has original plans that would better the United States. We need a president that is not a president that is not only going to care for the internal but also the external problems. We need a president that will the extra mile to end a war and not encourage one.
Mr. O’Malley, a lifelong Democrat and onetime chairman of the Democratic Governors Association, seemed comfortable playing the insurgent as he took the stage. He urged Democrats to draw a sharp contrast with the discourse among the Republican presidential candidates. “Silence and complacency in the face of hate is not an honorable option,” he said, alluding to Donald J. Trump’s divisive remarks about immigration and women. “We must stand before the American people and show them we have a better way.” Mr. O’Malley pointed out that the New Hampshire debate, the only one to be held before that state’s primary, was set for a weekend in December, when many people will be distracted with Christmas shopping and family obligations. (“At home we would call that too cute by half,” he told reporters after his speech.)
Obama mentioned that changes might need to take place but her did not emphasize on what. He left people very pleased, including the republican party which mostly opposes gun control. The events in Newtown however left Obama with a better opportunity to persuade the nation on implementing gun control policies and thus, he announced a call for action. This began the nationwide debate on what type of action should be taken on gun control
Reality TV would be if he were to somehow win the Presidency this November. The ad entitled "Republican party unifier: Donald Trump?" is a variable rogues gallery of Republicans leadership as GOP all stars from Mitt Romney to Marco Rubio are shown criticizing some of the many dangerous traits that Donald Trump has displayed over the past 9 months of the Republican race for the nomination. In the video Trump is called a "phony" by Romney, “the most vulgar person ever to aspire to the presidency,” by Rubio and a "race-baiting, xenophobic, religious bigot,” by Lindsey Graham; and these remarks are by the people who are suppose to have his back against Hillary
He and I both believe that rights should go to women, not the government. Another ideal of him that I like, would be that Bernie wishes to help women outside of abortion issues, that has to do more with economical and political views on women. I, in my thoughts, think can take advantage and can make through elections. His type of mindset is what makes things more justifiable. This candidate will contribute as the President of the United States with great plans and a positive attitude for a successful future, even with complicated social issues.
Perry goes ahead to answer her own inquiry: "what exactly did we learn [from the hearing]?" by alluding to a clip of Republican Tray Gowdy apparently confused in his review statement. The pick-and-choose strategy of video clips from circumstances encompassing the trial introduced the Republican Party, appearing as though they were utterly dumbfounded, in a practically negative light. Perry begins discussion with Clinton 's representative, Karen Finney, for her campaign about the October 22nd hearings. Acquiring somebody who is crusading for Clinton guaranteed that the segment would convey her in a favorable manner.
I chose to write about Hillary Rodham Clinton because I think she can make America great again, and because I think we are stronger together. What I mean is that, she has far more rational plans to make America a better place for everyone. She knows how to lead people, and she has a vast experienced in politics. Many people do not like her, due to her past mistakes. But she’s human, human tend to make mistakes and no one is perfect.
He desires to eliminate Obamacare and adjust the tax system, among other issues on his platform. Despite never holding a political office, Carson has been very active in politics. He often writes articles on the big issues, sharing his opinion on the matter. As an inexperienced but active politician, Ben Carson has a solid chance of being president. Beginning his campaign with little support, Carson did not have good polling
Kim’s husband actually said that he hates politics, but he does care about the people. Kanye shared more about his thoughts and even said that North and Kim come first. His family is the top priority and they even have a son on the way. Kanye spoke out about his plans on his presidential run. I want everyone to win.
Cruz was there to campaign for his race to presidency and Page was there to film for her upcoming television show Gaycation with Ellen Page. Page made her way through the crowd of people to perform her interrogation and ABC News caught the entire showdown on camera. The X-Men alum started off the conversation by asking Senator Cruz what he thought about Americans being fired for “just strictly being