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Past Candidates Weigh In

Past Candidates Weigh In on What's Not Being Said

In perhaps the most eloquent reunion of candidates who've fallen by the campaign wayside, the New York Times extended an invitation to each drop-out, asking what issue they would still be highlighting if they were campaigning, and how they'd like to see the current candidates speak out.

Called, "What I’d Be Talking About if I Were Still Running," in eight different editorials, everyone from Joe Biden's piece called "Afghanistan. Pakistan. Forgotten," to Tom Tancredo's "Bordering on Disaster," each is well worth a read, and presents a nugget to keep in your mind as you listen to the current campaign topics.

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Cassandra57 Cassandra57 9 years
These are all excellent remarks, and problems which have concerned me for some time. It's a shame none of these substantive issues are being discussed by those still in the race.
raciccarone raciccarone 9 years
It's too bad there wasn't a national forum for these politicians to voice these opinions.
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