Authorities recorded a 2011 phone call in which one of the Boston bombing suspects vaguely discussed jihad with his mother.
David: As I see some comments here I wonder to myself what are the most important factors in considering leadership. Policies are the most important feature. As most people, we all want to know who can help make our lives better in the long run. President Obama called his regime, " Change." After his term is over I ask myself what has he done to make peoples lives better. As a health professional I do not know how to answer that question. I feel that the we could certainly use "Change" now. Our economy is not thriving, people (lower and middle class) aren't becoming richer, religion and racial wars are not making anyone safer. As everyone says Clinton is an extension of Obama in policies and everyone should think about all the criticism shes getting with email scandals and the fact that she is a politician and hasn't done anything in her term. We should all step back and look at what policies will improve our lives instead of putting the candidates under a microscope. Just because you don't like a candidate do not vote for someone else unless you agree with what they are proposing in policies. Its a battle of policies, we have had the popular president (Obama) and Democrats in the office. Personally I will wait till the debates to see who is going to have a solid plan on improving my families and my fellow American's lives. Clinton does not seem trustworthy from her scandal and I do not like her economic proposals so far. Everyone should discuss the plan they will set forth and nothing more.