If you visit John Edwards's website, there's a nice, prominent tab labeled "Issues," where a few of the biggest issues are discussed.
Go to Barack Obama's website, and "Issues" brings you a bigger variety of our current concerns.
At Dennis Kucinich's website, "Issues" is right there handy, and you get a mission statement, plus Dennis's top ten.
Each of the other candidates' websites have an "Issues" link, but if you want to know where Hillary stands on the issues, good luck.
Visit Hillary Clinton's website, and hmmmmmm, where are the "Issues"? Oh! Maybe over here, under "Hillary" . . . uh, nope, here we have "Hillary's Story," "Growing Up," "Mother & Advocate" — nothing on the issues here — "First Lady," and "US Senator" — here's a bit about what she's done in the Senate, but nothing on the important issues facing the next president. It's all warm and fuzzy, very fuzzy.
Here's a tab that says "Take Action" and leads to "Join Team Hillary." A tab for "Newsroom" press releases, where if I have time, I can feel even warmer and fuzzier. The tab on the far right says "Contribute." If I get on her email list I can "Make History."
As far as I can see from her website, Hillary wants me to intuit that she'll make a great president. She wants me to send her money and vote for her because (1) she makes me feel warm and fuzzy; (2) she'll be the first woman president; (3) she's Bill's wife (and he will be first First Gentleman); (4) she's Chelsea's mom; (5) she was "the first-ever student commencement speaker" at Wellesley; (6) she's a Senator; and (7) she's tough enough to not apologize for being wrong.
Warm, fuzzy,and slippery. Tell me something that fits my vision of America's future.
Cross-posting with poll at Daily Kos.