There are lots of questions as we look ahead to next years elections. But here's an easy one. Are you better off today than you were four years ago?
"That's a question that should be asked now" said political writer Brian Joondeph, who raised the question for American Thinker, "America, and the people of America are worse off today than they were four years ago. We're worse off. Inflation's up, and everything is making it harder and harder for everyday American's to survive."
It's an easy question, with an even easier answer.
"You can talk about corrupt government, draining the swamp, this that and the other" Joondeph told KTRH, "A lot of that goes over peoples heads, but for the average voter, are you better off today than you were four years ago? It's pretty simple. Everybody's affected by this, and it's a very easy question to ask and answer."
It's a question that Ronald Reagan asked 40 years ago, and it led to one of the biggest landslide elections in U.S. history.
The question now is, will Republicans ask the question?