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Reply #29: Tough one. I suppose the plans don't matter if the person doesn't win the election. [View All]

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Sparkly Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Sep-23-07 01:32 PM
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29. Tough one. I suppose the plans don't matter if the person doesn't win the election.
So the plans I'd LIKE to see in play aren't necessarily the ones that enough others would support to provide a victory. (Did that sentence make sense?)

I also think there is sooooo much emphasis on candidates' "plans" that it has to be remembered that they are "proposals." The CONGRESS is key to what actually happens. So our state and local elections are VERY important, too!!

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