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Who can we trust with the welfare of Pennsylvania I am not sure if it is possible to answer this question I do not think that humans have a good sense for making these decisions It seems to me that we allow outside emotions get to us instead of voting based on the issues at hand Although this is inevitable we need to have standards In the upcoming gubernatorial election we need to decide what it takes to prove they are deserving of the title Governor To help discuss this point I will be considering the two men up for the Democratic slot Bob Casey Jr and Ed Rendell How much charisma personality and excitement should each candidate exude to the public Well many would say that Ed Rendell has a way to charm a crowd On the same token does this prove he would be a better Governor than Bob Casey Jr would It is imperative to have a good balance of the three above characteristics and right now we are looking at two extremes I understand why the public is more attracted to Rendell He is friendly out-going and attempts to get down to the average persons level But lets be honest is a politician really all that close to the typical Pennsylvanian I think not In the article from The Philadelphia Inquirer entitled Rendells two-pair-of-shoes line doesnt match six-figure income by Thomas Fitzgerald touches on this point We have a politician that has been in the publics eye for quite some time now I am unable to believe that he does not live a comfortable life In this article they quoted Rendell as saying Ive never made any money and I never will and it never bothered me I am sorry to hear that but I do feel that middle-class Pennsylvania is not found at the 600000 tax bracket it is more like 30000-40000 Fitzgerald 2002 Honestly get real
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