I thought he bragged over and over again that his concerns were to improve the economy, not to destroy it. Listening to his Vice-President, Kamala Harris, speaking — if I am not mistaken — she said, “Your body, your choice.” It is true she was referring to abortion, but that could also apply to just about anything in life. If people choose not to have the vaccine for any reason, be it a personal decision, a heart condition or any other reason that calls for that choice, they should be free to think and say, “My body, my choice,” to be in perfect agreement with those words from the mouth of the Vice-President.
Here in Nevada grocery stores and businesses in general have a sign posted on their doors saying that per order of the Nevada Governor
everyone entering the place must wear a mask. What Joe Biden needs to order is that all illegal aliens entering the country should and must be vaccinated before disseminating them all over the country, infecting everyone they come in contact with. Those people are not
even tested for COVID-19.
Another problem we now have is the people entering a small business without a mask. If they are told that wearing a mask is mandatory, the majority of them respond with “I am from California,” without realizing that this is Nevada and we have a different governor than
the one being recalled in their state. Our governor ordered people to mask up in all public places, and coming from California or Peking
doesn’t give them the authority to implement their own rules. I can accept an order, but a mandate—that is a different story.
Another thing—I have difficulty understanding what Joe Biden is referring to when he says, “Respect my authority.”
What authority is he talking about? The authority of his mystery handler who works behind the scenes?
Someone who will remain unknown as long as they are willing and able to continue in that mystery handler position? Besides, to ask for
respect, a person first needs to earn it.
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Wake up, America!
Respect must always be earned Respect must always be earned Respect must always be earned I believe it was about two weeks ago that I watched an interview by Sean Hannity with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and Florida Senator Marco Rubio, who is of Cuban descent.
Senator Rubio made it very clear what a disaster that Marxism and socialism that Biden, Sanders, Warren, and little AOC want to
implement into the United States would be. He explained why the Island of Cuba is a failure.
Senator Rubio said, “Cuba is a failure because socialism doesn’t work. Marxism doesn’t work. Marxism is about power and has nothing to do with prosperity. It’s about controlling people. A Marxist system wants to keep people poor because poor people are easier to control.”
Senator Rubio spoke about Obama lifting the embargo and Biden wants to do the same.
I hate to disagree with the good Senator, but the embargo never worked because the United States allowed the Cuban people to travel to Cuba on a monthly basis bringing to the island all kinds of goods. It allowed license agencies around the country to work to ship packages
to Cuba without any control, whatsoever.
Is there any reason for the United States to grant the daughter of Raul Castro, Mariela Castro, a visa to come here to shop at the most
exclusive stores in New York and Beverly Hills? For that woman to be able to buy Real Estate in the State of Florida, to come here to buy
from a store in Miami her reading glasses and sunglasses?
There are a tremendous number of people now living in Florida who spent years working for the Cuban regime; some of them have caused
innocent people to be taken to the firing squad for crimes they didn’t even commit.
How do we know if there are still communists infiltrating our country? Everything is just about money (even if those socialist, communist,
democrats pretend to put in people’s minds that wealth should be spread).
I hate to admit it, but Vladimir Lenin was right when he said “The Capitalists will sell us the rope with which we will hang them.”
Cuba will never be the same and neither will Venezuela, but if we don’t open our eyes, the United States soon will be on the same road.
Wake up, America!
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Perly Viasmensky is the General Manager of the Las Vegas Tribune. She writes a weekly column in this newspaper. To contact Perly Viasmensky, email her at email@example.com