Time is short until we cast a vote for president. How can we be sure we're making the right choice? Both parties deliver facts, but which are correct? How does one validate statements such as: Further reduction in nuclear warheads and military spending reduction is best.
Changes in health care won't destroy Medicare. Plans for energy independence, how to create jobs and reduce the more than $16 trillion in debt are stated.
We must examine facts behind these great speakers regardless of political affiliations. One thing certain is to elect leaders who will take a leadership role, our fiscal budget seriously and work across the aisles of Congress to preserve this great country for us and future generations.
Joan L. Foor
Former Altoona resident