Julie Cribb lives in Blackshear, GA. A registered voter, the issues that mean the most to her are foreign policy, health care, jobs/economy and illegal immigration/border control.
Cribb plans on voting for Mitt Romney.
"I trust Mr. Romney more in that I feel he takes our Constitutional rights and freedoms seriously as applied to Americans. He is for security and protection of our country and our allies. I support him for wanting to appeal Obama's Healthcare (tax) Plan. I have researched his plans and how they worked under his governorship of Massachusetts and feel he would be able to build our jobs/economy situation back up for Americans. I also support him with tightening our border control with respect to illegal immigration."
We asked, "Election 2012 is important because?"
She replied, "I honestly believe our Constitution is under attack, which would restrict American citizens' rights and freedoms, with respect to choice, expression, religion, bearing arms, etc. I feel Mr. Obama's agenda is to take America in a direction that was never intended by our founding fathers. If he is re-elected, I believe it will be a major downfall for our country and more restrictions placed on the citizens. This really concerns me. I feel Mr. Romney can keep this from happening and help to get America back on track, for the betterment of our country, our citizens and our rights and freedoms."
When asked if she voted in 2008, she answered, "Yes. I take my right to vote in our elections very seriously. I am proud to be an American and to be able to have a 'voice' in who we have as leaders of our great country."
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