If ask 100 Arkansans about the phrase, 'the public option', or 'a public option', you'll get 100 different impressions about what that means.
I'm conservative on some issues, and I'm progressive on others.
When campaigns use one-word labels, typically it's meant to distract and destroy.
Washington is broken. Bailing out Wall Street with no strings attached while leaving middle class Arkansas taxpayers with the bill. Protecting insurance company profits instead of patients and lowering health costs.
My wife Shanti and I are blessed with two wonderful daughters. Nothing is more important to us than protecting their future and the future of every Arkansas child.
In terms of the ability to go out and win - this is why you have campaigns. You go out, and you take your issues to voters, and you put them out there, and people respond, or they don't.