Is it fair, and equal, or unfair and unequal, for a U.S. citizen, who's seeking a political office, to become a political representative, by campaigning to the public as a whole, with some of these individual talking points, as a part of their individual platforms?
Utilizing the "race card?"
(Does this card, benefit the country, as a whole, or does it maybe benefit, certain cultures, over the other cultures? In other words, it's a probable "Exclusivity" card?)
Utilizing the "legalization of Recreational Marijuana card?"
(Does this card, benefit the country, as a whole, or does it maybe benefit, exclusively, the recreational marijuana user's, over the rest of the country, as a whole?)
Utilizing the "Immigrantion card?"
(Examples, being pro illegal immigrant, or alien, being pro Sanctuary City oriented, or being pro "border security," while being, anti Border barrier, or Wall, at the same time?)
(Does this card, benefit the country as a whole, or does it maybe benefit, exclusively, the 11-22 million illegal immigrants, or aliens, who are currently in the United States illegally, and are being used by the various businesses under the table, for the cheap labor?
While being given sanctuary, by one of the 300 Sanctuary Cities, in the U.S.?
Is this practice, fair or unfair, to the rest of the legal citizens, who live in those same sanctuary cities?)
So when an individual is expressing some of the above talking points, as a part of their campaign platform, are they being fair and equal, to the country, as a whole, or are they being fair and equal, only towards their individual supporter, or constituent, fanbases?
Because, up to this point, we've gotten to witness two Democratic Debates, and some of their campaign talking points, have already been placed on the "public, as a whole" table.
And I'm curious to see, via the Republican Debates, what their campaign talking points, will be comprised of, and what cards, that they may place, on the "public, as a whole, table as well?