Word on the Street
With scandals like the Panama Papers coming to light, do you think politicians can ever be trusted?
“No, they never can be trusted and never were trusted.” — Daisonae Martin, Post 95 cashier
“I think they can be trusted. I think it depends on the person and those involved. There are honest people, some just are power hungry.” — Mackenzie Reed, ’18
“No, I don’t think they can be entirely trusted. It’s [trust] such a serious thing that anyone can break it, especially public figures.” — Olivia Cox, ’19
“Yes, because it’s not really anything new; there’s corruption everywhere. But also no, because if they are hiding their funds and where they are getting them, then how do we know they aren’t lying about other things?” — Brandon Weber, ’18