"We don't have
So how could the next president, whether it is Republican candidate
"It has been a personality election, but there really are policy differences between the candidates," he said. "Chief among them may be things like abortion. I think the third debate was the most policy-laden debate of the three, and that was one of the things that was made very clear, that
"This election is going to make or break certain issues, for instance, abortion," she said. "If the
"She is going to nominate people to be individuals to be
How issues such as abortion will be tackled will hinge directly on the makeup of the
"One of the arguments being made to sell
That was one point that Cheney emphasized in his reflection on the stakes of the election.
"The justices that will be presented by the next president, which will probably be a minimum of two and perhaps up to four -- their decisions which, obviously, can override the
"There could be multiple appointees over a four-year period, and that is vitally important," he said.
Rex also emphasized the need to foster solid international relationships and alliances, something he is concerned that Trump will be unable to do.
"When you start looking at the world stage, in terms of security and our allies and building those relationships with people, I think Hillary far outweighs Trump on that issue because of her experience," he said. "I'm afraid that, with him, we may alienate some of our allies, which doesn't help to contain or eliminate terrorism around the world."
Cheney, on the other hand, said the current administration has already weakened America's position on the world stage and that Trump provides an option for strong leadership.
"In looking over the past eight years, the respect for America across the globe has dramatically went to the negative catagory," he said. "It is time that we reinstitute to our enemies that we are a strong America and we will be a strong America and we will have a military that we will support not just by words, but in equipment."
An issue on the minds of many Americans is health care, with Affordable Care Act premiums set to increase by double digits next year.
"Clinton said she wants to continue the policies of
For Morey, the Affordable Care Act is not "perfect," but the fact is that it has allowed millions of Americans to be insured who would not be insured otherwise.
"Millions of people could be losing their health care," she said. "It's not perfect, but at least it's something."
While Trump has pledged to repeal the act, Alexander said the promise may be good to garner votes, but it may be difficult to make a reality.
"Obamacare is obviously an issue," Alexander said. "Whether it would be repealed or replaced according to
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