The Democratic National Convention meets this week in Charlotte, N.C., a large Piedmont town on the border with South Carolina. The choice of Charlotte as the site for the Convention, however, has revealed some major obstacles the Democrats did not foresee.
When Charlotte was chosen little did the DNC know that North Carolina would later repudiate one of President Obama's major program initiatives. The state passed a law that clearly defined marriage as a union between a man and a woman.
North Carolina also has the dubious distinction of having an unemployment rate that is higher than the national average...
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