You don’t think I am telling the truth? Then ask yourself why they are all against Donald Trump… even Republicans that in one way or another are part of the corrupted system we all are accustomed to.
But those people that care for their country, those who believe that it is time to turn our lives around and become active members of our community — they like Donald Trump; they would like to see him be the next president of the country that everyone seems to have turned their back on.
They claim that Donald Trump lies; well everyone lies — white lies, business lies, try-to-get-out-of-traffic-
Years ago, many years ago, way before many of those Trump critics were born, there was a Harry Reid that ran for an office on the same platform that Donald Trump started his campaign on — attacking the illegal immigration — and later changed his mind and became the White Knight for the illegal immigrants; but he did not lie, he just had a change of heart.
Senator Marco Rubio opposed the immigration reform one day and the next day he was in favor of it; he came to Las Vegas as a Catholic and changed to Mormonism; he went to Miami and become a member of another religion — but he did not lie; he was just testing the waters of religion (to see who gives more money?); he just had a change of heart.
Back in Nevada, our RINO Governor ran his campaign under the pretense of his not going to raise taxes, and as soon as the ballots confirmed that he was the winner, he led the charge for the largest tax increase in the history of Nevada ever; but he did not lie, he was just looking out for his own benefit and changed his mind, having had a change of heart.
Former President Bill Clinton did not lie when he told the whole nation that he did not have sex with “that woman”; he just reconsidered what he did and later had a change of heart.
We all have to realize and to accept the fact that there is a big difference between lying and having a change of heart; your enemies want to call you a liar, and your friends say you had a change of heart.
Some people want to picture Donald Trump as a sexist and a womanizer, but they forget their idol, Mr. Billy Boy Clinton, who was the presidential poster boy for such things.
You see, I come from a country where having a mistress, a girl friend, or just a one-night stand is a status symbol of power and wealth.
Nowadays, everyone has a mistress because they all want to show others that symbol of power and wealth.
Most of those unfaithful encounters are dealt with within the family compound, behind doors, and in many instances, not even the children participate in the discussions and no one admits it or talks to the neighbors about it.
The only thing that makes the case of Bill Clinton and wife Hillary indefensible is the fact that he did what he did at home with his wife in the next room; not too many men have the audacity to do that.
I always believe that women are more courageous than men. Women bring their lover to the home they share with their husband and the kids, but generally men don’t do that with the exception of Bill Clinton.
The whole world knew about the affair and was glued to the next chapter of the Clinton’s soap opera, and Hillary stood by her man waiting for her turn to some day be president like her husband and make him the “first man” so he can have his own playroom and many interns at his service.
Donald Trump was not the president, was not the Commander In Chief of the free world, he was not elected to guide the nation for one or two terms only.
Donald Trump was, or still is for now, a billionaire that has been in show business and in many boardrooms and maybe a few ballrooms, and having money is a very attractive quality and qualification that makes the person, man or woman, with the money, a very attractive person even if they all walk into the affair or relationship knowing that it is a temp-job.
Up to now Trump was a public figure, but unlike Clinton, who is a political figure, his private life, romances or anything personal should not be held against him; yes I know that we are living in an era when morals are not really as important as when I was younger, but still there are some rules that political figures, past, present or future, should always follow.
Let’s stop all the childish stupidity that will only bring more dirty laundry out in public. I hope that Donald Trump listens to me and leave s the gossip to others and concentrates on making sure that the votes are counted right.
My name is Rolando Larraz, and as always, I approved this column. Rolando Larraz is Editor in Chief of the Las Vegas Tribune. His column appears weekly in this newspaper. To contact Rolando Larraz, email him at: Rlarraz@lasvegastribune.com or at 702-272-4634.