Election 2008 Presidential Candidates
The campaign trail is hot as the presidential candidates make their way from state to state, debate to debate, stumping for the almighty vote. The issues are the same but the plans are as varied as the many candidates that are all vying for the title of President of the United States. For people with diabetes, one of the issues of concern is health care rising costs, research, insurance. Who will be the one to garner your vote? Click on a name to read what a candidate has to say and decide for yourself.
We now face an opportunity and an obligation to turn the page on the failed politics of yesterday's health care debates My plan begins by covering every American.
The biggest problem with the American health care system is that it costs too much, and the way inflationary pressures are actually built into it. Businesses and families pay more and more every year to get what they often consider to be inadequate attention or poor care.
- Election day 11/4 - President-elect Barack Obama
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In junior high school, I'd gotten my hands on one of my father's old English books and read a story by Nathaniel Hawthorne, "The Great Stone Face". The story is based on the natural mountain/rock formation in New Hampshire of the same name (you can see an image of it on New Hampshire state quarters). In the story, there was a legend that the person whose face looked like The Great Stone Face would be "the...