According to tradition, presidential campaigns are supposed to heat up after Labor Day. While there is still some truth to that, the 2020 presidential campaign has already been running quite hot.
You’ve seen our analysis of the Democratic and Republican conventions. But now, let’s focus on some of the major questions our nation will face over the final two months of the crucial 2020 presidential campaign.
Question #1: Will Joe Biden debate the President?
As in past years, three presidential debates are scheduled. The first debate will be held in Cleveland on September 29. But will Biden show up? Many liberal commentators and many Democrat leaders – including Nancy Pelosi – are urging Biden not to debate. They probably fear that he would not do very well. Nevertheless, the American people deserve to see Biden come out of his shell.
Question #2: Who will stand up for our Veterans?
During the Obama-Biden administration, the Veterans Administration was rife with corruption and incompetence. Veterans were forced to endure unreasonable delays in getting the care they needed. VA bureaucrats thrived under Obama-Biden, while the health of our nation’s heroes suffered needlessly. It’s no wonder that many are concerned that electing the Biden-Harris ticket would return us to the Obama-Biden policies of neglect, disrespect and mistreatment of Veterans.
Question #3: Which candidate is best for the safety and security of the American people?
With increasing violence, rioting, looting, and crime in many American cities, the safety of the American people is paramount. The American people will be evaluating the candidates to see who opposes gun confiscation, who supports border security, and who supports law enforcement.
Question #4: Which candidate supports re-opening our economy and putting Americans back to work?
The COVID-19 pandemic, which originated in China, has led to many deaths and has disrupted our economy. Unfortunately, the question of whether to open our economy or keep it closed down has become a partisan political issue. The voters will determine which candidate can conquer both the economic and public health challenges.
Over the next 60 days, the American people will consider the alternatives, and they will make their choice in November. We at the Coalition for American Veterans are motivated by a desire to advance and protect the interests of our Veterans, America’s heroes. We strongly believe there are many, many reasons to “Say NO! to Joe” on November 3rd, and to reject the Biden-Harris ticket. But the decision is in the hands of the voters.