Amer­ica needs to be­come stronger

Cecil Whig - - OPINION -

FROM: ED TAY­LOR NORTH EAST

I’ve gained a lot of re­spect for each of the Repub­li­can can­di­dates who dropped out of the race for the White House.

I can’t help won­der­ing if their com­bined strengths and ideas will be help­ful for our newly elected pres­i­dent this year. Th­ese can­di­dates be­ing se­na­tors and gov­er­nors, I’m sure they are looked upon as lead­ers. I would hope their speeches are sin­cere as they con­tinue sup­port­ing and pro­tect­ing Amer­ica. The one thing all of them have in com­mon is their prospec­tive of what went wrong in the past eight years.

I feel to­day that we are threat­ened more then ever and need to se­cure our borders and strongly in­ves­ti­gate who is among us. We need to de­velop an ef­fec­tive method to pro­tect our country. As a ci­ti­zen of the U.S., I feel slightly threat­ened and de­pend on the can­di­dates who stand up for elec­tion to have a great more in­volve­ment to­ward de­fend­ing laws and our country.

Amer­ica seems un­able to do what other coun­tries can do be­cause it is money driven. Well, if it’s money we need to get things done, per­haps we need our present lead­ers to con­trol spend­ing and bring money into this country. I would like to have the me­dia cover more of what the cur­rent ad­min­is­tra­tion is do­ing.

We can only be as strong as the peo­ple who run this country and the peo­ple who sup­port it.

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