With the Presidential Election Approaching What's Your Biggest Concern For The Country?

“More factory jobs. More factory jobs means they’re going to need more freight. More freight equals more business.”
Jeremy Mathis
Covenant Transport
Lockesburg, Ark.

“The economy is getting worse. Don’t have enough money – it wouldn’t be so bad in another country. The cost of diesel is high; the cost of living is skyrocketing.”
Anthony Sloan
United Transportation Inc.
Augusta, Ga.

“That the war and the economy be handled correctly.”
Jake Riley
J&K Transport
Athens, Ga.

“I’ll be honest with you, I don’t think about it because life’s too short to be thinking about things like that.”
Felipe Garcia
Arlon Gardner
Forest, Miss.

“I guess the economy. W’s got us in a trickle-down. It didn’t work for Reagan, so it’s not going to work for George.”
Bob Whitten
Continental Express
Fontana, Calif.

“That nothing will change.”
Burton Legan
North American
Oakridge, Tenn.

“That they’re going to raise taxes too high.”
John Bush
Charles Evans
Wiggins, Miss.

“I haven’t really thought about it. Just that the best man wins. I’ll be voting for Bush, because I like Bush.”
Cory Munson

“Getting me a Democrat. I don’t care what color, what nationality they are.”
Patrick Stanton
Patrick Stanton Cattle Co.
Crawford, Miss.

“I guess it would be the war on terror and border patrol.”
Phillip Dean
U.S. Xpress
Phenix City, Ala.

“Probably the war. I don’t think we should be over there.”
Norman Harris
Leased to Landstar
Bessemer, Ala.

“I really mind that the new president has got to mind about taxes. Insurance is really expensive. They’ve got to take care of the immigrants, too. Everyone thinks immigrants don’t pay taxes. They’ve got to get a new system.”
Roger Delgado
Piedmont Transportation
Vale, N.C.