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Started on 09/27/2010

Talk is cheap. There is no question that right now, the economy is off the rails. If we sent you to the Senate/House this fall, what would be one specific measure you would propose or support to get more Americans back to work? In other words, what would you DO to fix the economy?
- 20%
(84 votes)
Very few people will argue with the statement that America has an illegal immigration problem. There are multiple thoughts on the issue, but two major suggestions have been made: Send those who broke the rules home or Give those who are already here amnesty. Where do you stand on both options? Also, would you vote yes or no on a bill to disallow American citizenship for anchor babies?
- 25%
(105 votes)
Americans are tired of partisanship determining votes. We do not want a yes man or woman in Washington. If you are a Democrat, what do you disagree with President Barack Obama about and what would you suggest he keep or change in his agenda? If you are a Republican, we get it, you don't like what President Obama has done so far, but what do you think about the way the GOP has handled itself and what other options would you offer to tackle some of the issues addressed by the Democratic leadership?
- 11%
(47 votes)
There has been all kinds of talk about taxes lately. What is your stance on extending the Bush tax credits for everyone? Would you consider making them permanent? What is your stance on tax rates in general - do you see Americans needing to buckle down and pay more or do you want to return more money to the taxpayers? How will that translate into a stronger economy?
- 14%
(61 votes)
Health care is now a reality. If we send you to Washington, what will your position be? A. Health care reform needs time to work. I support the change and have studied its impact. B. Health care reform is needed, but this law is not going to give us what we want, I support reforming the reforms. Also, have you read the health care law? What part do you think is a keeper and what is an area that scares you?
- 17%
(71 votes)
Government - what do you think the role of government should be? Would you like to see more social programs or less? Do you think government jobs can lead a recovery? What is your definition of personal liberty and how important is it in today's world?
- 13%
(56 votes)

Total Votes: 424

What advice do you think is the best when it comes to what this country needs to grow the economy and to provide more jobs for more Americans?

Started on 09/13/2010

Tax cuts - for everyone. More money means more investment and spending.
- 54%
(241 votes)
Programs designed to support and encourage small business growth. That's who make the jobs.
- 20%
(88 votes)
More incentives for large corporations to locate in areas that are struggling.
- 8%
(36 votes)
Go after some of the profits of the large corporations and redistribute them to support the jobless and to create more reeducation programs.
- 9%
(40 votes)
Use government spending to create jobs - the point is to get as many people as possible working.
- 10%
(44 votes)

Total Votes: 449

Do you think the Wayne County School District should ban peanut butter?

Started on 08/30/2010

Yes, if there is a risk to even one student then it should go.
- 14%
(141 votes)
No, this is overkill. Children have allergies to many things — will they be banned, too?
- 86%
(884 votes)

Total Votes: 1025

What do you think about the Cesar Laurean verdict?

Started on 08/24/2010

I think he got what he deserved.
- 37%
(151 votes)
I think second-degree murder should have been offered, but he is guilty.
- 5%
(21 votes)
He is innocent.
- 2%
(9 votes)
The death penalty should have been on the table.
- 42%
(171 votes)
There is more to this story. I am not sure justice was served.
- 14%
(59 votes)

Total Votes: 411

What do you think about the request to build a mosque a couple blocks away from the 9/11 site in New York?

Started on 08/18/2010

I am for it. This would be seen as a gesture of friendship to the Muslim world — and we need to start mending that fence.
- 7%
(39 votes)
I am against it. That is a site that holds a lot of bad memories for Americans. Let them build a mosque somewhere else.
- 77%
(426 votes)
I am for it — if a memorial to the 9/11 victims is built right out front.
- 3%
(17 votes)
This is a local issue. It is up to the people of New York.
- 6%
(33 votes)
I do not care one way or the other.
- 7%
(38 votes)

Total Votes: 553

What do you think about all the media hype about the November election:

Started on 08/03/2010

I think the Democrats will hold the House and the Senate.
- 12%
(89 votes)
I think the Republicans will take over the House, but will not win the majority in the Senate.
- 6%
(43 votes)
I think the Republicans will take the House and the Senate.
- 13%
(93 votes)
I think the whole thing is too close to call and many people have not made up their minds.
- 9%
(63 votes)
I think people are mad and they are going to vote out as many Democrats as possible.
- 60%
(429 votes)

Total Votes: 717

What do you think about President Barack Obama's handling of the war in the Middle East?

Started on 07/26/2010

I think he was right to increase pressure on the Afghanistan battlefront — that's where the focus should be.
- 5%
(23 votes)
I think he has not committed the troops and established the engagement policy that wins wars.
- 7%
(33 votes)
I think he has not kept his promise to move troops out of the region fast enough.
- 8%
(37 votes)
I think his comments, his foreign policy efforts have weakened us in the eyes of the enemy — and that is derailing the military effort.
- 63%
(300 votes)
I think the president is doing the best he can with a war that was not handled properly in the first place.
- 17%
(83 votes)

Total Votes: 476

What do you think of President Barack Obama's performance so far as president?

Started on 07/19/2010

I voted for him, and I stick by him. Change comes slowly and painfully. He needs more time to get the job done. I am pleased with the progress he has made.
- 22%
(182 votes)
I voted for him, and I am disappointed. He has talked a lot, but what has he really accomplished? I am still on the fence about supporting him for re-election.
- 3%
(21 votes)
I voted for him, and I am sorry I did. He has not accomplished what he said he was going to do and the decisions he has made have been ill-advised. I want my vote back and I will campaign against him.
- 3%
(27 votes)
I did not vote for him, but I support the efforts he is making to change this country. He needs more time.
- 2%
(17 votes)
I did not vote for him and I am glad I didn't. The president is changing America, all right, but not in a good way. I will actively campaign against him.
- 70%
(588 votes)

Total Votes: 835

On the economy, I am ...

Started on 07/07/2010

Bullish (confident things will turn around)
- 37%
(150 votes)
Bearish (not confident things will turn around at all)
- 63%
(256 votes)

Total Votes: 406

Another week and more lukewarm economic news. What do you think about the state of the economy and what should be done next?

Started on 07/07/2010

Recovery? What recovery? This needs to be the president's top priority and he needs to do more than just point fingers. It is time for some real action.
- 62%
(8 votes)
The economy is not better and the bailouts did nothing to help the average American family. The president needs some better advice and fast.
- 15%
(2 votes)
The president inherited a weak economy. He needs time to turn it around. He has made all the right moves.
- 8%
(1 votes)
The president has made some good first moves, but he needs to get focused. The economy needs action now — and not more bailouts.
- 8%
(1 votes)
Tax cuts will get this recovery moving. Give people a reason to feel confident that things are getting better.
- 8%
(1 votes)

Total Votes: 13

How do you feel about internet "sweepstakes" parlors and the state's proposed rules against them?

Started on 06/23/2010

I see no difference between lottery, bingo and these parlors. Gambling is gambling. It all ought to go.
- 26%
(108 votes)
I see no harm in this - people can choose to gamble anywhere. Let the market decide whether they stay open.
- 26%
(109 votes)
Let's keep them — but let's charge them fees to stay open. People will gamble anyway - why not make revenue for the city.
- 22%
(92 votes)
No to internet parlors, but I have no problem with bingo and the lottery. There is less potential for a person to gamble away a paycheck.
- 11%
(46 votes)
This is unfair. A city or state should not be able to charge large fees to put a business out of business. Limit where they can open.
- 15%
(65 votes)

Total Votes: 420

In the wake of the Gulf Coast oil disaster, what do you think the state of North Carolina should do about drilling for oil or natural gas off the coast?

Started on 06/11/2010

Absolutely no drilling whatsoever. The oil companies can't be trusted and our coast is too valuable a natural resource to take any chances.
- 31%
(139 votes)
Drill, baby, drill. We need the fuel and the odds of another accident are too long not to give it a try.
- 34%
(156 votes)
State leaders shouldn't rule oil out exploration but they should proceed with caution and only explore for oil if the people of the state directly vote on the issue.
- 35%
(160 votes)

Total Votes: 455

Do you think President Barack Obama has done enough in connection with the oil spill in the Gulf?

Started on 05/31/2010

Yes, this is BP's mess. The government has responded as it should.
- 26%
(145 votes)
No, there should have been a better response from the beginning. We need a containment plan now.
- 33%
(181 votes)
No more speech-making. The president should have been pushing for a massive cleanup plan now.
- 26%
(143 votes)
Government should be figuring out how to make sure this does not happen again.
- 7%
(40 votes)
BP and state officials have been hampered, not helped, by government interference to this point.
- 8%
(47 votes)

Total Votes: 556

What do you think about racial equity in the Wayne County schools?

Started on 05/20/2010

Children of color are treated differently — in discipline and in educational opportunity. Segregation is the problem.
- 11%
(69 votes)
Race is not the issue — background and support at home are. Address what is really wrong.
- 42%
(256 votes)
There are too many children slipping through the cracks. Demand that all children master skills before moving on to the next grade and change dropout age — no matter what parents say.
- 11%
(68 votes)
Neighborhood schools are the answer. Smaller classes, more attention and more accountability. Shuffling kids around will artificially raise test scores and graduation rates, not teach teens how to read.
- 18%
(110 votes)
Some children simply will not do the work and interfere with the education of those who do. Separate them and concentrate on those who want to be there — of all races.
- 18%
(109 votes)

Total Votes: 612

With so much happening, what are you paying the most attention to now?

Started on 05/10/2010

The stock market and the overall financial health of the nation.
- 16%
(55 votes)
Local government's budget talks — and the possible city tax increase.
- 14%
(51 votes)
The new Supreme Court justice confirmation process.
- 3%
(9 votes)
Terrorism concerns — and what our nation's next step should be in the Middle East.
- 8%
(29 votes)
I am concerned about all of the above.
- 59%
(208 votes)

Total Votes: 352

The city of Goldsboro is indicating it will need to ask residents to pay more in taxes this year to stay in the black. What do you think about that?

Started on 04/21/2010

No way. There is still fat to be cut from the city budget. Cut it, then look at the budget again.
- 46%
(338 votes)
Costs are going up — it is reasonable to assume budgets would not be able to stay the same. I would pay more to keep services the same.
- 4%
(29 votes)
I would support offsetting higher costs — just not new projects. We have the Paramount. We do not need a recreation center.
- 11%
(82 votes)
No taxes. No way. Cut until there is no need to raise taxes — if services go, they go.
- 29%
(211 votes)
This community cannot afford to stand still. I would consider supporting a tax hike, with a plan behind it.
- 10%
(71 votes)

Total Votes: 731

How do you feel about construction of a new recreation center downtown, now that a final vote is likely near?

Started on 04/14/2010

The troubled economy is creating an opportunity to save $5 million? We can't turn that down.
- 12%
(34 votes)
$8.76 million is still too much to spend on one building.
- 12%
(35 votes)
I am for the project but against the design. Before construction begins, the architects should be forced to come up with a look that better fits into downtown.
- 7%
(19 votes)
We don't need a new recreation center. The city already runs several facilities that meet programming needs for children and Goldsboro has a YMCA for those who want a workout destination.
- 69%
(195 votes)

Total Votes: 283

For the first time, Social Security will officially operate in the red. What do you think the future should hold for this government benefit?

Started on 04/01/2010

I think it is headed for severe financial problems. We need to look at waste, expensive bureaucracy and how best to trim expenses.
- 36%
(154 votes)
I think we need to make saving Social Security and keeping it solvent a top priority — use some of the money earmarked for the stimulus to shore it up.
- 34%
(144 votes)
I think we should gradually phase it out — pick a cutoff date and create a new program that rewards self-directed retirement, but takes care of those who cannot handle that level of financial planning.
- 6%
(24 votes)
The world has changed. People should be able to opt out and handle their own retirement investments. Others can take their chances with the program as is.
- 16%
(67 votes)
Everybody should pay, but benefits should only go to those who cannot support themselves at retirement age. If you are rich, you should get none of the money you put in.
- 8%
(34 votes)

Total Votes: 423

Health care reform has been passed. How do you feel about it?

Started on 03/22/2010

Great. America needed this and it is about time.
- 24%
(147 votes)
We will wait and see. The devil's in the details.
- 11%
(71 votes)
Outraged — they have just screwed up the best health care system in the world.
- 21%
(133 votes)
Quietly angry and determined. I will register my feelings this November.
- 41%
(255 votes)
Don't care one way or the other. Washington messes everything up eventually. They will clean it up later.
- 2%
(15 votes)

Total Votes: 621

What do you think about educating teens about sex?

Started on 03/16/2010

Teach abstinence. That is the one and only answer.
- 12%
(46 votes)
Teach as much as possible about safe sex and encourage abstinence.
- 17%
(66 votes)
Teen years are too late — start sex education in middle school and share as much information as possible.
- 18%
(69 votes)
This should be addressed by parents, not schools.
- 16%
(60 votes)
Teach some safe sex and abstinence, but really push consequences. They need to know the realities of making this kind of decision.
- 37%
(144 votes)

Total Votes: 385

The Goldsboro City Council passed two dog ordinances Monday. 1) One bans the tethering of animals. 2) The other holds dog owners responsible for cleaning up after their animals on streets, public right of ways and private property. Was this a responsible use of the City Council's time?

Started on 03/03/2010

Yes. Dog owners need to be held responsible for their actions. Dogs should never be kept on a chain and poop is a major nuisance.
- 46%
(216 votes)
No. There are already laws in place to regulate the abuse of animals kept on chains and there's no way regulate dog poop, and it's a waste of city resources to try.
- 17%
(81 votes)
1) No 2) Yes. People should be told they need to clean up after their dogs. But there are already laws against animal abuse, and it's unreasonable to not allow responsible owners to tether their animals.
- 24%
(113 votes)
1) Yes 2) No. It is inhuman to ever chain a dog. But it will be impossible to regulate the poop.
- 13%
(59 votes)

Total Votes: 469

The 2010 Winter Olympics are underway and the United States is lurking near the top of the leaderboard. But what is the most engaging Olympic story this year?

Started on 02/17/2010

Lindsey Jacobellis flubbing her medal chances once again while showboating?
- 5%
(12 votes)
The fact Vancouver was selected as the host despite the known potential for warm, rainy weather?
- 20%
(46 votes)
Lindsey Vonn's injury and lucky days off to rest because of bad weather?
- 8%
(18 votes)
The safety of the luge track, which was drastically changed after one man died during a practice run?
- 44%
(102 votes)
Speedskater Apolo Anton Ohno's bid to become America's most decorated Winter Olympian?
- 24%
(56 votes)

Total Votes: 234

The Goldsboro City Council is getting ever-closer to a new Recreation Center downtown — and members say you are all for it. Well, are you?

Started on 02/04/2010

No, we do not need a recreation center.
- 48%
(251 votes)
Yes, the cheap money is available now. Why pay more later?
- 6%
(33 votes)
No, it is operating costs that I am worried about. Build it cheap, fine, but how will we pay for the rest?
- 16%
(85 votes)
Yes, this is the boost downtown needs to grow.
- 14%
(73 votes)
Yes, but redesign it. We need it to boost downtown, but make it fit in with the city's historic look.
- 15%
(78 votes)

Total Votes: 520

What did you think about the president's State of the Union speech?

Started on 01/28/2010

I thought it was more of the same — fancy speech, big promises, no base in reality.
- 51%
(278 votes)
I thought the president showed he understood that Americans' top priority right now is the economy — and is making that his top priority, too.
- 8%
(43 votes)
I did not care one way or the other about the speech — I want to see some action — and soon.
- 10%
(52 votes)
Washington is back in gridlock. That speech was no olive branch. Look out for more talk, less action.
- 11%
(60 votes)
The president spoke from his heart and stood strong. He is addressing the concerns of the country, while staying true to what he believes is best for it — that's what leaders are supposed to do.
- 20%
(109 votes)

Total Votes: 542

What do you think about Tuesday's Massachusetts Senate election?

Started on 01/20/2010

It was a vote of "no confidence" in Barack Obama and his presidency (no one specific issue).
- 39%
(177 votes)
It was a clear message that most Americans do not want health care reform in its present form.
- 34%
(154 votes)
It means nothing. People always want to throw out the incumbent party.
- 12%
(55 votes)
It means Martha Coakley can't run a campaign — nothing more.
- 11%
(52 votes)
It means the nation is solidly Republican and will vote so in 2012.
- 4%
(17 votes)

Total Votes: 455

What do you think about checks at airports?

Started on 01/11/2010

We need more, not less, checking at airports. Do full body scans of all passengers.
- 36%
(123 votes)
We need to profile potential terrorist suspects and check them the most thoroughly.
- 36%
(125 votes)
Profiling is prejudice. Random searches are the way to go.
- 2%
(6 votes)
Our system is failing. We need to get serious quickly, before something happens.
- 21%
(71 votes)
Our system missed one. We have some tightening up to do, but we are safe.
- 6%
(21 votes)

Total Votes: 346

What do you think should be the top priority for the leaders in Washington in 2010?

Started on 01/07/2010

Health care - Keep pushing for reform.
- 8%
(20 votes)
Health care - Undo the damage that has been done.
- 15%
(35 votes)
Homeland security (keeping us safe here)
- 12%
(28 votes)
War - Bringing the troops home.
- 7%
(16 votes)
War - Putting Muslim extremists (and the countries that harbor them) out of business once and for all.
- 16%
(38 votes)
The economy - We need jobs now.
- 43%
(103 votes)

Total Votes: 240

What do you think about the state of the economy?

Started on 12/15/2009

It is getting better, but slowly.
- 16%
(137 votes)
Until there are more jobs, we are not in a recovery.
- 26%
(216 votes)
The economy is holding its own for now, but there is more bad news coming.
- 4%
(37 votes)
The stimulus package helped and we are on the mend.
- 5%
(43 votes)
The stimulus package did not help — it was just a fix for show — and more bad news in on the way.
- 48%
(400 votes)

Total Votes: 833

Given the authority, how would you go about solving the problem posed by the racial unbalance and relatively poor performance of Goldsboro High School?

Started on 12/01/2009

Redraw the district lines so that more white students attend the school.
- 16%
(117 votes)
Close the school and bus inner city students to outlying high schools.
- 27%
(196 votes)
Keep district lines as they are and spend more money on making Goldsboro High a school that all parents would want their children to attend.
- 57%
(420 votes)

Total Votes: 733

It is time to shop until you drop. What is your prediction for the holiday shopping season based on your own holiday plans?

Started on 11/30/2009

I am planning to cut my budget and buy fewer gifts this year.
- 51%
(50 votes)
I will spend the same amount on my family as in years past, but I will cut back on other gifts.
- 12%
(12 votes)
I am spending the same amount as last year.
- 20%
(20 votes)
I am buying more, but less expensive gifts.
- 5%
(5 votes)
I am buying for my children only.
- 11%
(11 votes)

Total Votes: 98

What do you think about the Rosewood Middle School fundraising controversy?

Started on 11/16/2009

It was a bad decision, but it is being blown way out of proportion.
- 33%
(218 votes)
This is no worse than any of the other fundraising projects that go on in the schools.
- 9%
(62 votes)
It is the money. A direct money for points donation is just not right.
- 10%
(67 votes)
I think this was a school trying to do the right thing for its students.
- 8%
(50 votes)
I think this was poor judgment and the reaction was justified.
- 40%
(268 votes)

Total Votes: 665

The Forsyth County commissioners have been told that they cannot pray before the start of their commission meetings. How do you feel about the federal magistrate's decision?

Started on 11/10/2009

I agree 100 percent. There should be no connection between church and state, period. Pray at home or in church.
- 9%
(41 votes)
I agree. A Christian prayer is not fair to those who practice other religions. I prefer not to allow any prayer rather than singling out one religion.
- 3%
(13 votes)
I am mad. This is ridiculous. This is a Christian nation and religion has always been important to this country. Keep prayer at meetings and put it back into schools.
- 72%
(319 votes)
I disagree, but I prefer a compromise. Let's at least allow silent prayer.
- 12%
(53 votes)
I could care less. Doesn't the court have anything better to do than that?
- 4%
(19 votes)

Total Votes: 445

What do you think about the troubles of former N.C. Gov. Mike Easley?

Started on 11/03/2009

I think what he did was unethical and sleazy, but I think he skirted the law. Change the laws.
- 16%
(43 votes)
We have to put our foot down sometime. Make an example of Easley and maybe others will think twice.
- 31%
(84 votes)
I am disgusted by Easley, but what I really want to know is where was the rest of the Legislature.
- 28%
(75 votes)
If I wasn't for term limits before, I am now.
- 3%
(9 votes)
Campaigns are too money-driven. They just foster fraud. Clamp down now.
- 21%
(56 votes)

Total Votes: 267

What do you think about annexation rules?

Started on 10/19/2009

I think there is nothing wrong with a city expanding its borders as long as it is providing additional services.
- 9%
(49 votes)
I think a community should choose if it wants to be annexed.
- 46%
(246 votes)
I think some people in a community use services in a city and yet live outside it to avoid taxes — and that is not fair.
- 7%
(38 votes)
I think involuntary annexation is the first step in more government involvement in areas we don't want it.
- 29%
(158 votes)
I think the state has much bigger issues to worry about.
- 9%
(46 votes)

Total Votes: 537

A few weeks have passed since the health care reform debate heated up. Now that you have had time to think more about it and have heard what the president has had to say, what do you say about the issue?

Started on 10/05/2009

I feel the same. I do not want the government involved in managing health care.
- 53%
(290 votes)
I feel the same. We need health care reform as soon as possible.
- 20%
(108 votes)
The president's speech changed my mind. We are headed in the right direction.
- 3%
(19 votes)
The president's speech confirmed my concern, we are headed for a bureaucratic mess.
- 20%
(111 votes)
I think there are so many more important issues to be addressing right now.
- 3%
(18 votes)

Total Votes: 546

The plans for a community building/recreation center are back on the city's agenda ... sort of. If the funding is available federally or through another program, what would your answer be if you are asked?

Started on 09/21/2009

We do not need another project in this city. I would say wait.
- 17%
(69 votes)
If there is "free" money available, I think we should go for it.
- 17%
(70 votes)
There is no such thing as free money. We will still have to run it — I say no.
- 35%
(141 votes)
Scrap the rec center project and build a community center.
- 13%
(54 votes)
Downtown should be our priority right now. Let's get that done first.
- 18%
(73 votes)

Total Votes: 407

After President Obama's speech to Congress Wednesday about health care, and in light of other information you have read or heard, how do you feel about health care reform?

Started on 09/10/2009

1. I feel much better now that I have heard the president speak and support his effort.
- 9%
(60 votes)
2. I supported the president's plan before the speech and I still do.
- 17%
(112 votes)
3. I heard nothing to change my mind about health care reform. I do not want what the president has proposed.
- 47%
(313 votes)
4. The president has called for bipartisan input, let's see if he means it. I am open to see what might come next.
- 5%
(31 votes)
5. Something needs to be done, but not this, start over. I am not pleased with how either party has behaved.
- 22%
(143 votes)

Total Votes: 659

What did you think about President Barack Obama's message to schoolchildren?

Started on 09/09/2009

I think it is a good thing. Kids needed to hear it.
- 25%
(38 votes)
I think it was politically motivated - a piece of propaganda from a president with sagging ratings.
- 38%
(59 votes)
I think the speech was good, but I could have done without the lesson plans.
- 7%
(11 votes)
What's the fuss about? Presidents speak to children all the time. Get over it.
- 24%
(37 votes)
This is political — hate speak by conservatives about a president they dislike.
- 6%
(9 votes)

Total Votes: 154

What should the city do about the estimated $94,000 needed for repairs at W.A. Foster Center?

Started on 08/24/2009

Fund them, no matter what the cost. The center has a rich heritage in Goldsboro and is important to the community. Besides, getting the job done would put local contractors to work — and everyone could use that kind of stability in this economic climate.
- 32%
(138 votes)
Don’t fund them. Given the state of the economy, the city needs to hold onto as many pennies as possible.
- 53%
(233 votes)
Throw all money meant for Parks and Recreation projects toward a new community building.
- 15%
(65 votes)

Total Votes: 436

What do you think about the mayor's comments regarding the NAACP and the incident involving the Goldsboro police?

Started on 08/11/2009

I think the mayor is right. The NAACP took up court time for a case that had no merit. I want our police department to know I support their efforts.
- 46%
(273 votes)
The mayor might be right about the overall mission of the NAACP, but we have to be careful, there is still racial profiling out there. The NAACP was right to question the incident. They just took it too far.
- 6%
(34 votes)
The mayor is wrong on all counts. The NAACP has to fight because there are still too many people who assume a black man is a criminal first. What would happen if no one was watching?
- 7%
(40 votes)
The NAACP is losing credibility because of wild goose chases like this. The organization should fight real battles — like the disintegration of families and the number of young people who turn to drugs and alcohol. The mayor was right to call them out.
- 29%
(169 votes)
This incident is just a small part of a bigger problem. Few public officials really want to address the issue of what causes poverty, teen pregnancy, poor graduation rates, drug abuse and crime head-on — including the NAACP. The mayor was right to start the discussion.
- 13%
(74 votes)

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