THIS, is PRECISELY what ALWAYS happens, in ANY form of elections, from the Front Page Sections, written by a college student, translated…
In a few days, the elections will come on, and, even though, ALL of the promises that the candidates made are all about offering services to the citizens, and helping to make citizens’ hopes and dreams come true. Comparing them all, all the candidates seemed to have the foresights of the future. In other words, when they’re making these promises, did they consider, if the promises they’re making are actually doable? And the methods of approach are working?
Skip out of the current situations, instead, we should think about which issues would be more beneficial to the development of economics of Taiwan, etc., etc., etc., along with the step-by-step each and every one of the candidates will be taking, to turn these promises into actions. 22K is no longer the discussions now, but you can still see a lot of it in the promises those candidates make to the people now; what’s worth considering in all of this is, the candidates only used the problems as mere decorations to their promises, but, the citizens have absolutely NO clue, whether or not if the candidates are elected, will they actually make good on their promises? Or, are they just ranting on, to earn our votes?
The economic status in Taiwan still contained the quality of instability, let’s put aside the international problems first, the candidates should show how they’re going to resolve the pressing issues within the country first.
As a voter, a student too, I really don’t want to see those major issues get brushed off, and just hear the candidates rant on and on about what they promised to do, if they are elected.
The future of Taiwan should start in the most basic, and after that’s been completed, then, we can have the mind, to sort through the more serious issue. Don’t we all want to improve this society for the better? So, stop ranting about change, and really MAKE the changes!
To make those statements that can offer the citizens hope for their better future, and those that are actually more realistic.
And so, as you can see, this college student is RIGHT on the MONEY, because at election time, you’d hear those candidates, rant on and on, about what they can do, to make this place better, blah, blah, blah, but, you NEVER hear them tell the constituents HOW they’re going to make this place better, they’re just making promises, so we’d vote for them…