Creed frontman Scott Stapp stopped by FOX News’ ‘Fox & Friends’ to reveal his decision for the upcoming presidential election.
Despite voting for Barack Obama back in 2008, Stapp has voiced his reasons why that won’t be happening again in 2012.
“I’m just disappointed. I had very high hopes and expectations and was really inspired by President Obama,” he said. He also voiced his concern about the economy, saying that the Obama administration has a lot of fault with the poor recovery efforts during the recession.
However, despite what you might have expected to a visit on ‘Fox & Friends,’ Stapp didn’t vocally endorse Republican candidate Mitt Romney either.
“My heart and soul would really love someone like Reagan or FDR to come back and give us a New Deal,” he continued. “Be bold, be committed, don’t care what anyone thinks. And when you tear down that wall, do it.”
Stapp apparently doesn’t have faith in either major candidate to enact such policy.
The Twitter world took note of Stapp’s opinion, with many voicing their own about the singer, that’s often found as the butt of many jokes.
I CHANGED MY VOTE IN THE ELECTION BECAUSE OF WHAT SCOTT STAPP THE LEAD SINGER OF CREED THINKS
— Jake Weisman (@weismanjake) October 2, 2012