I think we can all agree on this. Hopefully, during the debate period, we can get a little more info on the "nuts and bolts" of the candidates' proposed initiatives.
What part do you agree with; the part about the Trump candidacy or the part that I'm a little crazy.
But yea, I'm hoping the debates will get down to more details regarding policy positions. Take immigration; If one can believe what Trump's latest position is, he has at least articulated a lot of specifics. One is moving away from an immigration policy based on family unification and moving back to one based on job skills (something I support).
I assume HRC wishes to continue a family centered policy, but who knows. Also, the GOP has been saying that HRC policy is that in her first 100 days she will use executive action to grant legal status to most of the 11 million or so illegal immigrants. Is that GOP BS or not?
Since HRC doesn't hold press conferences and is mostly vague (since attacking Trump is the best strategy at this stage) we just don't know.
How about taxes? Trump's tax plan was a total joke and of course he backed away from it (calling it only a starting point for negotiations, ha ha); but what is HRC plan? She says she is going to make the rich pay their fair share? Did she release a plan? Maybe I missed that???
Does HRC still support a Fed $15 min wage or was this only a stunt to win over Sanders' supporters????
Again, I don't need this info to determine who I'm going to vote for (I'm in CA which HRC has locked), but I'm curious never the less.