Letter to the Editor: A vote for Trump?

Dear Editor: 

Who should be our next President? 

A person is a smooth-talking, politically-correct type of individual who has his or her personal interest or party's and campaign contributors' interests at heart, or do we want someone who truly loves America, has achieved the American dream by hard work and investments, is a bit rough around the edges, says it like it is, is beholden to no campaign contributor, and wants to keep more jobs in America? 

Do we want our next President to continually increase taxes and impose more regulations on business so they will send their businesses overseas, or do we want our leader to make America the place to do business by charging companies who outsource jobs overseas a 20 percent tax, but for those willing to move jobs back to America they would not be taxed? 

Do we want a leader who will continually increase our national debt to $24 trillion which will be unsustainable and will destroy this country or do we want a President who, although he wants to cut spending, does not want to harm those on Medicare, Medicaid or Social Security? 

Do we want a President who can improve our healthcare system from the "job-killing, healthcare-destroying monstrosity" that Obamacare is? 

Do we want a President who wants to crack down on entitlement fraud and impose a welfare-to-work program that would help reduce the welfare roles and encourage people to get back to work, or do we want our leadership to continue raising taxes to pay for those who take advantage of the system and are freeloaders? 

Before we criticize someone because the media does, we should take a careful look at a candidate's qualifications for leadership -- one who has the ability and sincere passion and love for America an the values it represents. 

Martha Morrissy-Call