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President Joe Biden, his administration, and the Democrats in Congress have forgotten a simple rule of American leadership: Real life dominates politics.
The politics of real life involve issues and problems that directly affect people every day.
When my wife Callista came home Saturday in a state of shock because filling up her car had cost $104.50, it was an example of the politics of real life.
When friends of mine with a newborn explained that no stores near their home had the infant formula their new baby needs, it was the politics of life.
A gas station attendant fills up a customer’s tank (Megan Myers/Fox News Digital) (Fox News)
When a friend of mine said he and his family were moving out of a Philadelphia suburb because the rampant crime in the city is such a threat, that was the politics of life.
The politics of real life grow out of things which directly affect your life, your family’s life, or your neighbor’s life.
The politics of politics are what Washington incumbents, news media, interest groups, and lobbyists focus on.
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