Douglas E. Schoen: 2014 could be the year of the senior
This summer, policymakers and pundits alike remain distracted by a host of scandals in Washington. However, it would be political malpractice to assume that fundamental issues - Medicare, the economy, trade, etc. - will take a backseat to today's scandals. As incumbent policymakers know well, taking one's eye off these fundamental issues (often at the expense of entire voting blocs) is often a recipe for failure.
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