I’m annoyed with the initiatives. They’re all so deceptive. You can’t tell what you’re voting for. I think they’re all trying to trick you. When I read my pamphlet, I couldn’t tell who was telling the truth. It should be clear what you’re voting for.
My concern is that we are becoming more and more divided as a country. I wish that we find more common ground and not push each other into cliques. We’re a lot closer than we realize if we just sit down and talk. I don’t think our representatives in Congress even think of that stuff.
I don’t want any tax increases. I’m for anything that increases jobs and reduces the burden on small business owners.
Frustration. I want a candidate that speaks to me. What, we’re two weeks out, and I don’t feel like we’re talking about issues. I feel like were arguing about what you did, and what I didn’t do. There’s too much rhetoric back and forth and nobody’s focusing on the game plan. I want the candidates to get up there and not debate each other. I want them to speak to me and the world and say what they plan on doing. There is so much division in our country right now and there is so much angst with the unemployment rate and the dollar devaluing against foreign currency and everything going on, and no one is focusing on that. It’s not a time to fight. The smearing, I’m just done with that. The “Town Hall” debate didn’t do anything
for me. It didn’t answer any questions. It made both of them look like catty teenage girls. Here I am trying to raise my sons to be polite and to still be chivalrous and respect a woman’s right for independence and yet you’ve got these two grown men who are supposed be leading our country interrupting each other. It’s the most basic of manners, not to interrupt when someone is speaking, so that really turned me off.
I don’t see how anyone can be neutral. We must elect Romney. We have to. Trickle down government doesn’t work. FDR (Franklin Delano Roosevelt) proved it didn’t work, and everybody just doesn’t understand that.