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... people want to hear about, even though it is among one of the most important. If we continue to stay on this damaging path that we are on, we will soon not have a country or people in our country to look after. By addressing this issue, we can all help create a safer world for us and future generations to live in.
All of these things cannot be done by one person alone. That is why I plan to work not only with all citizens of America, but also my running mate, Paul Ryan. He is sophisticated, young, very intelligent, and he will help propel us towards a brighter future. He has some skills and knowledge that I lack, which is why I believe that we would make a great team. Our beliefs differ in some ways, which will help us bring together the differing beliefs of all Americans. Together, along with you all, we will unite and create the America we all want to be a part of.
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