In a campaign strategy long since thought dead, Hillary Clinton has elected to run an issues based campaign.  Supporters are concerned that having effective policies won't be enough in a nation obsessed with superficial observations, parsnickity politicing, nice hair, cable TV sound bite reporting and overdone internet quasi-news. 

Clinton however appears intent on focusing on issues and being elected President based on what's good for the nation, rather than giving into the reality TV type contest that Fox, NBC, CBS, ABC and CNN are hoping for.

Pundits have been debating for weeks now whether Clinton's outlining of plans to fix the economy, improve education, expand healthcare coverage, avoid "pre-emptive" wars and improve the United State's standing in the world community resonate with voters.  Said one person on the street who claimed he was at least 50/50 likely to vote this year, "I just don't know man, that Hillary, she'd probably make things better for everybody, but is that what really matters?" 

Conservative talk radio show host Lush Rimjob summed if up this way, "If people wanted to have more money in their pocket, if they wanted the government not snooping on them, if they wanted better education and healthcare, if they wanted to not be in perpetual wars, then yeah, maybe Hillary Clinton is the right choice for President.  But, what people really want is to hear about how we're going to talk about deporting 12 million people who we really could never deport, how Roe V Wade is important to overturn so all of our abortions are done privately and how we can invade another non-threatening country rather than use alternative fuels and energy- which is just damn inconvenient."

George Washington and Abraham Lincoln could not be reached for comment through a medium, however, spokespeople from their estates are known to be aching for a war with Iran and a lower death tax rate. 

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A 25-year-old man was arrested Aug. 16 on charges of disorderly conduct after he picked up a barricade and threw it in the street near Purim Hall. He was reportedly intoxicated and taken to detox. Don't let anything get in the way of your education!
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Rick Santorum supporter, Wisconsin native, and near-billionaire Foster Friess made a statement that seemed to need a little explaining when he implied that the use of aspirin between a woman's knees could prevent pregnancies. Was he making a joke? Was this a viable option in the past? Does aspirin act as a spermicide? Does he know how to make babies? Real Wisconsin News decided to find out the answers to some of these questions.

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