This election, voters will be faced with a clear choice: an administration that will protect women's privacy and personal health-care decisions, or one that allows politicians to make those choices for them.
The country I grew up in made it possible for a kid who had no chance in life to climb up and help himself. I'm a product of 40 foster homes, three group homes and finally adopted parents who passed away -- I know the importance and need for social programs.
The Romney and Obama campaigns have already proven that they're up to speed on negative ads. But there has to be some substance -- some positive and very concrete things the candidates stand for -- in order for voters to make an informed choice.