“We’ve gotten away from World War II where everyone came together. It’s becoming more and more about ‘me, me, me, me,’ and we are getting farther away from personal responsibility.”
“I see the government as being the people. I have always been happy to pay my taxes. I like the library, the police, all the things we have.”
“I see the government as very limited. The more control they have, the more limited we become. It shouldn’t be government helping people, but rather people helping people."
“Our values are important to us. We all have values that are important to us. But we have to learn to accept our differences and still be good people.”
“If you want to see change then the way to do that is to vote people in who you agree with on policies. We are in control.”
[Responding to a comment about respecting the rule of democracy]: "I remember showing a movie in Kenya where a guy stopped at a stop sign even though there was no one around. They didn’t understand why they would stop if no one was there to see them.”