Political Issues Are Not Just Essay

701 Words Dec 19th, 2016 3 Pages
Political issues are the hurdles a fit leader must leap through for their party’s support. Where one stands is most important in the election cycle, and when it comes to attaining voters’ support, the 2016 election candidates seem to spout out the most controversial yet debatable remarks. Education reform, a top priority for the prosperity of the United States future, is one issue this year’s presidential election candidates seem to almost agree on. However, preparation for any issue must essentially hold the actions upon which one is planning to take, not just the general concept. Initiatives are not just statements; prerequisite for a successful career in politics is to be backed up by an economical plan.
Representing the Republican Party in the announcement speeches of the 2016 presidential hopefuls, Donald Trump (an American businessman, television personality, and author) publicized his stance on the education system: “[As president I 'd] end Common Core. Common Core is a disaster. Bush is totally in favor of Common Core. I don 't see how he can possibly get the nomination. He 's weak on immigration. He 's in favor of Common Core. How the hell can you vote for this guy? You just can 't do it. We have to…

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