I'm fascinated with the presence of Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential contest. Whatever else he has done, he has done us several favors. First, he has caused most candidates to take positions on topics that, under normal circumstances, they would probably not have addressed until much later in a presidential campaign cycle. Second, he has caused candidates to clarify positions on topics that, under normal circumstances, they probably would not have clarified until much later in a presidential campaign cycle. Third, he has forced candidates to take on topics that, under normal circumstances, they would have preferred to defer, ignore or avoid. Fourth, he has triggered candidates spending more energy earlier than usual distinguishing themselves from each other and, in some cases, from the "Washington, D.C. establishment" and the people that fund them. Fifth, Trump has everyone turned on, tuned-in, and attending earlier than usual to what candidates are saying and stand for. All of these things are good and would not have happened this early if Donald Trump had not entered the 2016 presidential race.
The questions are: How do we get Donald Trump to mention people with disabilities? How do we get Donald Trump to talk about ratification of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities?