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Joseph Flores, Munster | "You'd have to look at the advantages and disadvantages. We're too spread out right now with all the other issues. We need to work on homeland security and and terrorism in this country first."
Aaron Bracey, Chicago | "No. We need to resolve our own issues here."
Lamont Garrett, Portage | "Yes. Our relationships with other foreign countries is good, and I think it would help stabilize their country."
Kate Burns, Munster | "You have to be very careful about where we send our military. We're stretched out already, and we don't need to further stretch out our resources."
Matt Jones, Portage | "No. We're in way too many foreign affairs already."
Richard Surita, Hammond | "We should not. We have too many problems of our own. We should take care of our country first."
Alexis Lietz, Gary | "Let me do what ever I want as long as it's appropriate. Dress myself the way I want."
Thomas Drake, Munster | "Rich and generous."
Raymond Blackman, Hammond | "A woman of faith who honestly believes in God. Someone who raises you in a Christian home and uses those beliefs."
Barbara Skurow, St. John | "The mother that does not want to be the best friend but has their best interests at heart."
LeeAnn Sack, Gary | "Someone to be there in hard times and help. Babysit their grandchildren and not abuse that."
Kaleena Hausenfleck, Hammond | "She's compassionate, kind, and she loves me unconditionally."
Tiffany Bare, Hammond, | "I think we're headed in the right direction. I'm a more conservative Republican, and this state reflects more of my stand."
Richard Wynter, Gary | "Indiana is mostly conservative, and the laws are too strict. The criminal punishment for small amounts of marijuana are too harsh and the sentences too long."
Zack Ackerman, Portage | "F. I have a brother who is gay, and I believe he has rights too. I'm against a constitutional amendment about marriage."
Denise Burns, Schererville | "B or C. There's a lot they're getting done, but there's a lot to do yet. I don't think they should be concetrating on the pollution thing because it really doesn't make a difference to our lives here."
Doug Spencer, Cedar Lake, | "Probably a B. I think they're really trying, but they jammed a lot because there was so much to do. I'm concerned about the county income tax. It's not the best idea for our money."
Rachel Davidsen, Valpariso | "F. I'd like them to stop making all the ridiculous changes to the school system. Children need more practical education instead of worrying about test scores."
Marisa Luisa Garcia-Verdugo, Valparaiso | "Some are. The families help them, and it's important they participate in school and extracurricular actives. I think there are many children that don't have the overall support to achieve their potential."
Gina Glueckert, Dyer | "That's a tricky topic. Our school systems are failing our children miserably. Private schools are a better option, or even home schooling."
Yahya Kamalipour, Munster | "Of course, if you look at our students' successes and graduates in the region. They are employed in the region and nationally. Much interest has been placed on practical experience."
David Norris, Valparaiso | "I believe the school system does a pretty good job. All the opportunities were there if you went for it."
Matt Wenzel, Munster | "Yes. They receive more opportunity than I did in high school. They have more learning opportunities."
Cassandra Ford, Crown Point | "Yes. I think it's more feasible than being on water. It would attract more people?"
Joe Dissi, Bridgeview | "It would be a good idea, and it would generate revenue for the city."
Jamelia Christopher, Gary | "It would bring jobs. I can see where there are pros and cons, though. It could bring special addictions, but it might bring in more people to Gary."
Karen Zych, Lake Station, | "Yes, being that's what it is now. Those ships don't go out anymore. I don't see a difference from how they operate already."
Dean M. Cox, Gary | "No. We have enough guns as it is. Casinos are people paying extra money in taxes. No matter how much money we pay in taxes the politicans look for more."
Wendy Diaz, Hobart | "I guess so. I don't go to casinos often. It might bring a little prosperity to Gary."
Frank Liddaewi, St. John | "Yes. They hate Americans and have been cornered. They see our presence in South Korea and it's pressing the North. They feel the need to respond."
Heather Whitmore, Highland | "Absolutely. Nobody wants nuclear war. Whether it affects us or not, it's a ripple effect that causes problems."
Robert Garibay, Schererville | "Yes. They've got nuclear missiles. They need to work at keeping peace. Obama needs to go to North Korea and talk to their leader."
Mark Sadek, Chicago Ridge | "Definitely yes. I'm a peaceful person and the last thing I want to see is war. I think the politicians need to have a clear plan on what they are going to do."
Briana Jutte, Portage | "I'm slightly concerned, but I thing we would kick butt if anything happened. I'd go myself if I had to."
Esra Heisey, Chesterton, | "No. I haven't seen anything come to fruition so I don't need to worry about it."
Makeshia Dixon, Hammond | "Yes. Everybody is entilited to love who they want no matter who they are."
Theresa Vogel, Griffith | "No. I think marriage should be between a man and a woman. If they want to get together, then that's fine."
Jeff Wegner, Highland | "I don't feel strongly either way. It's their own right. I'd rather not have it in my face, though. If you're religious, then it's frowned upon. But if you are growing with society, then it's more like evolution and a growth with the rest of the world."
Danny Martinez, Dyer | "I don't see why not. I'd go for it. People should have the right to do what they want."
Mark Kostelyk, St. John | "I believe that marriage is a sacred union between a man and a woman."
Allison Kelly, Cedar Lake | "A man shall not lay with another man."
Melissa Hinshaw, Highland | "It's a time me and my family get together and spend it in church. We learn a little more and live life the best we can."
Ron Brooks, Portage | "It's a time where I generally reflect on the past year and try to see how I can better myself for next year."
Maria Valles, Hammond | "It's the end of Lent, when Christ arises. Our family goes to church, and we spend time together. It's a very important day."
Brianna Sloan, Dyer | "I look forward to the Easter egg hunt and all of the candy."
Ester Garcia, Hammond | "It's a holy day, yet it's a happy day for children, like Christmas."
Karen Frazier, Munster | "C. They need to help better school funding because of the cuts."
Ana Fletcher, Lowell | "F. The minimum wage is ridiculous. We have to work on so little while they raise their own income when they want, but it doesn't matter to them."
Brian Petralia, Lowell | "B. We've still got our guns, so..."
Michael Candelanria, Hammond | "C. They're doing good. There's benefiting the community, and they help with our needs."
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