Alright, alright: President Obama didn’t exactly mend America’s immigration issue in his first four years, and, even after making a few promises, the prison at Gitmo remains as open as ever. Hold tight, though — the Democrats got this.
The Democratic National Committee is convening in Charlotte, North Carolina this week to iron out a campaign platform to push on President Barack Obama after he accepts the party’s official nomination to run for a second term. And while talking points won’t be voted on until later by the DNC for final inclusion in their platform, Democrats released a draft of what the party has put together so far on Monday.
Included on the initial draft of the Democrat Party’s platform are issues all too expected, including health care and tax reform, as well as a few campaign promises that may sound strangely familiar, especially for anyone around for the last presidential election.