#50 Mark B; ruminations on the Am elections - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Alicia
    • 21.12.07 | 00:27 (IST)

    America needs to put the Americans first for a change and I hope that the Americans will vote for a candidate, who will do just that. Hillary, in my opinion, is just the right person for the job; she will reform the healthcare and make it available to ALL the Americans equally. She hopefully will also reform the public school system and raise its standards so that more poor Americans, especially the black, will have a better chance to finish high-school, make it to college or other and climb on their social ladder, which will also bring down crime and keep them out of jails, where 60% of the prisoners are black. America has also her tremendous debt to tackle. AS for Bush's legacy, which is a mess and which has made the world turn against America, me included; America will not pull out immediately from war, but by the end of her first term in office, she probably will bring the boys back home. Because unlike George, Hillary will work for this goal and keep focused on doing so.

    from the article: Bush: My patience with Syria's Assad 'ran out a long time ago'
    First published 00:00 20.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 20.12.07
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