Whole lotta diagnosin goin on, but no prescribin.
In today's Iowa "debate", the questioner lady gave plenty of opportunities to state specific actions, but got no meaningful response. Lots of "I will use the bully pulpit" and "I will encourage" and "I will raise the level of dialogue", for Christ's sake. But I didn't hear any promises to take specific actions.
On education, Thompson finally diagnosed the core problem: the NEA. But he didn't say that he would eliminate the NEA by executive order.
In 1957 Eisenhower used force to insure that black kids got an equal
education. When Ark gov Orval Faubus "stood in the schoolhouse door", Ike called out the National Guard.
At this point we need a similarly forceful action to insure that all
kids get a decent education. Charter and voucher systems must be established nationally; no state shall be permitted to have a monopolistic public school system, and the NEA and AFT must be eliminated entirely.
Generally (as always) Hunter stated the priorities and problems best, but even he was woefully short on solutions.
Worst thing of all: Even though the little rebellion against "handshowing" was fun, every single one of the candidates allowed the criminal fraud of Global Warming to stand without question. Several swore full allegiance to Gaia, others said that it didn't matter whether the fraud was a fraud or not.