Hillary has been busy on the campaign trail and has outlined her “economic vision” for when she takes over the village.
"I prefer a 'we're all in it together' society," she said. "I believe our government can once again work for all Americans. It can promote the great American tradition of opportunity for all and special privileges for none."
She then goes into the obvious by stating that the free markets are a “Great force” but yet they need some tweaking as she sees best.
"There is no greater force for economic growth than free markets. But markets work best with rules that promote our values, protect our workers and give all people a chance to succeed," she said.
"Fairness doesn't just happen. It requires the right government policies."
Are these “Government policies” like the education system that we now have were we far outspend other countries per student but yet our students test considerably lower then other countries students?
"We have sent a message to our young people that if you don't go to college ... that you're thought less of in America. We have to stop this," Mrs. Clinton said.
Is the Senator advocating not stressing the importance of education and bettering ones self? Should we stop stressing people to strive towards higher goals and education thus bettering themselves as a person and increasing their value in the workforce? Should we punish those who sacrifice financially and other ways to apply themselves in training programs and higher education because it leaves those behind who do not apply themselves?
Do we need a government program “It requires the right government policies” to even the playing field as the Senator as stated in the past? It is commendable that the Senator is looking out for those at the lower economic levels but shouldn’t she be stressing lifting these people up by proper and effective education practices?