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The Fix's Chris Cillizza wrote The Post's Sunday Politics column this weekend.  Read it here: "2006 Looms as a Test of National vs. Local Issues."

Post reporter Dan Balz provided more details on the Democratic Party's 2008 primary plan:  "Democrats Consider Changes in Primaries."

In today's Post, Balz parses Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's delicate position on the Iraq war: "Hillary Clinton Crafts Centrist Stance on War."

By Chris Cillizza  |  December 12, 2005; 8:18 AM ET
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CORRUPTION? WHAT CORRUPTION? THE RELIABLE SOURCE HAS A RELIABLE SOURCE THAT SAYS THERE IS NO CORRUPTION IN WASHINGTON. NONE BY THE REPUBLICANS AT LEAST. http://therelaiblesource.blogspot.com/

Posted by: http://therelaiblesource.blogspot.com/ | December 12, 2005 11:43 AM | Report abuse

National v. Local Issues - translation - divide the nation and then do what you want without regard for the people.

For me only one issue matters - end the corruption - you can make a pie a thousand ways, but if the cherry filling is bad - the cherry filling is bad

It is time we as the American people take a stand that honor and integrity take priority over political party affiliation-

I was amazed last week when Iowa Democrat Tom Hawkins pushed for the study of junk food on our children - what was amazing is a politician from Iowa, corn country, spoke about the negative impact corn syrup is having on our children - now this is character.

I challenge Hillary Clinton and John McCain to go to Iowa and speak of the ills corn products are causing our children -

Neither will take up my challenge because they both, unlike Tom Hawkins, lack the moral conviction to speak up for our children even if it means losing the Iowa caucasus.

If we care about America we will put aside party labels and begin to vote based on the content of character of the candidate and then trust their good character will guide America in the right direction

Bobby Wightman-Cervantes
www.balancingtheissues.com

Posted by: Bobby WIghtman-Cervantes | December 12, 2005 10:46 AM | Report abuse

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