I'm so disgruntled with the democratic candidates that it is too bad Al Gore didn't run, he might have been the best choice for a democratic presidential candidate.
Was going to vote for Hillary, not sure now. Maybe, McCain, and that's very sad. None of the candidates, especially democratic candidates, are doing a thing to increase my confidence in their ability to run our country.
What's important here? Gaining popularity based on virtually nothing, negative ad campaigns, petty comments toward one another, being charming and charismatic? No, absolutely not!
What Is Important, extremely important, is how a candidate will address the major US issues and work to improve and resolve those issues in a manner that benefits all of us...economy, rising costs, medical coverage for low income or all of us, employment, education, and war (to name a few).
Wish Americans would pay attention to "what matters" vs. one's charisma, comments, campaigns and who said what to whom.
Thank you, MP, Washington