1. He says the deficit is declining because of a historic decline in the cost of health care costs.
2. It would lower the deficit line past the base line for proposed deficit reduction.
3. He would build up on policies involving the lowering of health care costs as well as he would allow the government to make investments in places like infrastructure and education.
4. I mean the pros of this are a lower deficit and lower health care costs, but the cons are the fact that not everyone in government is going to be favoring these policies and most will try to fight them.
1. I believe the media is looking for someone who is greatly admired by the public and steadfast in their beliefs, or to say, very balanced. I believe it is somewhat the same for both parties. They both want ideal candidates who represent their parties strongly.
2. Not very much, they only care about their core beliefs and how popular they are with the people and their past mistakes/achievements.
3. This means that even while there are presidents in government, there needs to be an assessment and running program on the side that is all ready preparing for future candidates.
4. Yes, therefore people will start paying more attention to your credentials, you intern get early publicity.
Texas remains a Republican-leaning state because its white residents are becoming increasingly Republican and its large Hispanic population, though solidly Democratic, is less so than Hispanics nationally.
1. The Democrats for the longest time have not been able to gain support from a state like Texas because mostly those who vote are non- Hispanic and republican, but they hope to gain more support in the future. This relates to minority majority because the once minority, Hispanics, are increasing in size and voting more, these Hispanics and even African Americans, widely lean towards the democratic party. They are slowly taking over the state majority political views.
2. Most Non- Hispanic Whites are Republican and most Hispanics and African Americans are Democratic.
3. Gallup doubts this because of the percentages of Hispanics and African Americans who actually vote compared to the Non- Hispanic Whites. The non- Hispanic whites make up the majority of citizens who go and vote. This relates to political participation in that certain ideals are not being expressed or taken advantage of because of lack of people who actually go out and cast their votes.
4. The statistics are shown for every majority race and the reports for votes are self- reported.
1. Obama is enacting this executive order to close the gender gap in pay and get rid of the discrimination. The limitations of course of this order and all these orders is that he will not have Congress backing him up.
2. They say Obama is pushing his powers too far and that he should do more to work with Congress and that these orders will only lead to criticism of him placing burdens on companies and increasing their costs. The criticism on the order specifically is that it will lead to wage- related lawsuits and create a two-tiered system where the rules will apply to federal contractors but not to other employers.
3. They have chosen to ignore the gay rights policies. They most likely do not want to touch this area because it is way too controversial and right now the president needs to be backed up when he is not passing these orders through congress.
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1. The basis was for Congress to not have all the say in who becomes president, but at the same time, not have the president be chosen based on the fact that more people in bigger states or smaller states(the ones who vote for their neighborhood candidate) like them.
2. The common strategy is to get most of the smaller states first, because those will easily add up in numbers. The '"safe" and "swing" states are the states that each candidate must fight for in the end to get the most of electorate vote. Their the ones that will mostly count against them.
3. The House of representatives gets together and casts their vote for candidates.
4. Because the popular vote was given to Al Gore, and most people were believing that he won, but since Bush won the electorate vote, he became president. People were angry that the president that had all voted for, had not gotten office.
5. I am not. So what if the people vote for their local candidate, or maybe the bigger states get "more" of a vote. Whomever the people choose is who should be president no matter what. Obviously if a certain group of people decided to vote for a person it was because they wanted them to be in office. It isn't the 1800's anymore, you don't have to worry about local candidates, everyone know because of the media about all the candidates and can make a reasonable decision.
More Americans today are satisfied with where the nation stands on acceptance of gays and lesbians, federal taxes, and healthcare availability than were satisfied in 2001. But Americans' satisfaction with the economy has declined.
1. The historical events would change the opinion of the public; considering the fact that 9/11 happened and everyone was concerned about the safety of the nation and going to war.
2. Yes it does, the republicans being conservative are concerned over issues that deal with citizens like abortion and safety and health care, while the democrats being liberal are moderately satisfied.
3. Most likely public policies dealing with issues within the nation. since there is not much of a gap in disagreement there. issue like poverty and health care.
4. It means that these polls are not completely accurate to the opinion of both republican and democratic parties. It only means to me that I should take into consideration the fact that not every republican or democrat I meet is going to live up to the standards of the chart. Some R/D's might be less or more satisfied than stated.
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