'Creed' Lead Singer Scott Stapp: 'It's Hard to Trust President Obama for a Second Time'
Scott Stapp, lead singer of the rock band 'Creed,' stopped by Fox and Friends to promote his new memoir out documenting his personal and public journey. He also took some time to talk politics, telling the co-hosts why he says he's "disappointed" in President Obama.
Stapp cited the failing U.S. economy as one of the biggest issues weighing on his mind when it comes to casting his vote in about a month. "With everyone going through hard economic times, it's decision time," he said. "I'm a registered Independent ... I voted for President Obama, and where I stand right now with that is I'm just disappointed.
The singer said while he had high hopes and
expectations, and that he was and is very inspired by him, he "found his administration ineffective. "There were a lot of promises and no real delivery."
However, Romney has to deliver a plan if he expects to get the votes of Stapp and others in his shoes, he intimated. "Most importantly, it's, 'what does Romney offer?'" he said, adding, "For me, it's hard to commit and trust President Obama again."
Just as Stapp refused to sugar coat his political stance, he doesn't sugar coat his roller coaster career in his new memoir, either. "[Writing the book] was an amazing journey of self discovery ... I was going through a time of life [where I was] coming out of darkness and into the light," he said.
Watch his full interview below: