Neither candidate has really addressed this issue; it takes a back seat to the economy and the war.
It was not until Shriver, who had previously taken a back seat in the campaign, jumped front and center that the day was saved.
Smith had originally claimed that her car was stolen with the kids in the back seat.
This time the American was in the back seat of a pickup truck, sandwiched between two armed fighters.
Money and creature comforts take a back seat to expressing your soul in a meaningful way.
The young child can take his afternoon nap stretched out on the back seat and covered with a light robe or coat.
He's always pushed into the corner, or crowded to the back seat.
But on the back seat in the coach is the inevitable woman, young and sickly, with the baby in her arms.
When she done that, Mis' Maddox alles hed to take a back seat.
Two hours later on the way home she nestled near Harry in the back seat.