From the article: Most Important 2010 Midterm Election Issues
Undoubtedly unemployment, health care reform, the stimulus package and the war in Afghanistan will be major influences on the outcome of the 2010 midterm elections ... or will they? Do you agree or disagree with the issues mentioned? Are there more? Less? What have we forgotten? Give us your opinion and let us know your thoughts. What do you think will be the most important 2010 midterm election issues? Offer Your Suggestions
- Convention Motto: America: A Country That Works This says at least two things: Our people are willing to work to achieve their goals in life. The products we make, the institutions we support, the ideals we live by and the govern- ment which serves us all must contribute to the success of our work.
- —Guest George Miller
- I'm not a history buff or economy buff, but looking at our course. I think that we are so FAR in debt to china that the USA will never be able to create jobs here. Meaning the USA will not enforce their scrutiny of imports from China (The ones that are slowly killing the innocent children and people [toys, dry wall, etc.]) , because they are pretty much the only country that still invests in us. we are in-debt to them for life. But, If we would stop importing their stuff and encourage manufacturing here then we will be heading in the right track. That means consumers must be in unison with the governement, as well as manufacturers (No over charging) Immigration problems are so far out of control. again the USA knows what is has to do but it does not want to anger any foreign countries or people here (illegals). Foreign Policy..... certain countries cannot be trusted..... china, turkey, korea, russia, iran, iraq, afghanistan.... REMEMBER History does repeat itself
- —Guest Hope
- I think we as Americans need to think deeply about who should win the midterm election. whoever wins shoud give the US a big change like lower taxes, give more jobs back and bring our troops back home where they belong.
- —Guest Tyler
The Real Issues
- Election Year Medicaid Medicare Inducement issues left open for November not openly discussed. Politics have gone from heated to Man on fire thoughts.Also the Judicial dilemmas, since all are offically allowed to bear arms again, the big city Mayors are concerned about how the poor will be able to rearm themselves and are looking for some type of financial relief from Federal State Medicaid programs to maintain status quo.The higher courts face tough issues this term since making honest fraud legal, there agenda now turns toward making honest kickbacks and honest bribes equally as legal. This topic remains high as a shared issue by the medicaid medicare enrollment providers since they are looking to expand inducements past the complicated pregnancy stage.The DOJ has serious concerns that if legalized marijuana in California for medical reasons could be used as a inducement or inticement to help secure new enrollments for the Federal State Medicare Medicaid programs.The State of Califor
- —Guest Guest
- The upcoming vote on marijuana legalization and regulation in California will undoubtedly draw the attention of flower-children and the children of flower-children alike. Californians will be looking toward the vote as a way to bail out their struggling economy and to put an end to another failed prohibition that has done little to shrink the ever-growing pockets of the Mexican drug cartels.
- —Guest Al Capone
poor economy / illegal immigration
- The poor economy is in direct relation to illegal immigration. Fix illegal immigration (WALL) this will increase wages thus stimulating the economy by the injection of more working capital in the pockets of the unemployed which are displaced in the work force by Illegals. Let Illegals have transitory visas to only pick crops. When someone becomes legal then let apply for some other type of job. SIMPLE!!!
- —Guest John
- The single biggest issue will be whether we are adding or losing jobs. If the unemployment rate begins to drop, incumbents will have a much easier time to win re-election. If it continues to go up, or hasn't dropped much, incumbents will be voted out of office.
- —Guest Peter Lake