Our present political pollution must be immediately cleaned up if we are to improve our vile national climate.
The upcoming presidential debates must concentrate on the issues and not personal attacks. Candidates should prioritize difficult issues like education, job growth, social security as they pertain to medicare, fiscal responsibility, and intergenerational equity.
They must outline their plans to slow the rate of growth in health care costs that threatens many Americans. How will they encourage the country to save and reduce our dependency on the foreign lenders? How will they emphasize statutory budget controls, entitlement reform, current tax policies and encourage bipartisan action to review all issues and make recommendations with a guaranteed up or down vote by Congress?
We need to elect a president who will solve many critical issues, unite all Americans and educate the public to seek meaningful reforms.
Difficult choices are required, but solutions must be found so our great nation can meet its challenges and prevail, not only for our children, also our grandkids, and every future generation, which deserves no less.