The Homeless, Hepatitis, and Hokey Candidates

By Perly Viasmensky
Twenty-four people are running for the Democratic nomination for the presidency of this great nation. At the time of the first debate, there were twenty-two. All and every one of them presented their platform attacking President Donald Trump. What’s wrong with all of them? Do they all believe that all twenty-four of them are going to win the nomination?
If they want to win the nomination, they need to start attacking each other, but the only problem they have is that they ALL have the same platform. They all need to start attacking each other with the same party, forget about Donald Trump who is from a different party. It is understood that all of them are trying to win votes. They are trying to impress people with the idea that everyone will have FREE healthcare while attacking Donald Trump.
What about all our homeless veterans? Here in Las Vegas, many homeless people have been vaccinated for Hepatitis A, and the majority of them defecate against walls of private businesses. spreading diseases.
Pretty soon there will be no funds to control the epidemic of hepatitis. One candidate is trying to brainwash voters with the idea that their student loans will be paid in full, still attacking Donald Trump. We all pay for our student loans; this is how we have so many professionals in business in our country.
Still, there is another one (and several others) praising open borders, as if we don’t have enough problems with illegal aliens in the country.
Then there is another one of those presidential candidates going to Mexico to secure the votes of American citizens living in Mexico because he couldn’t secure enough votes in the United States. The American people living in Mexico couldn’t care less about what happens in the United States; that is the reason why they moved to Mexico.
Many people, including high profile Hollywood entertainers, stated that under the Donald Trump presidency they would move out of the United States, but as far as we know they are still here; and Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader-Ginsburg said she was moving to Australia under the presidency of Donald Trump. Considering the point that she could be retired with a tremendous amount of money in Australia, we are still waiting to know what she is still doing in the United States and we are going to say Good-Bye to her.
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Is it a census to count anyone, or to count Americans? Now, let’s talk about the Census…where is the big deal about asking people if they are citizens of the United States? The main reason for the census is to know the number of people in this country. What is so unconstitutional about requesting to know if people are citizens of the United States? That is the only way to know the population of a country. Every country in the world knows its population. Why does the
Democratic Party want to make us any different than the rest of the world?
We don’t actually care about all the illegal aliens living in the United States, which we know are plenty, but we do need to know the count of the American people.
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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 pviasmensky@lasvegas

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