Super Tuesday leaves us with more questions than answers

By Perly Viasmensky
Watching the results of Super Tuesday, it was confusing; so many people with socialist ideas. I was totally surprised that former Vice President Joe Biden went ahead of Bernie Sanders. There was no surprise that Sanders won Vermont, after all, it is his home state.
Totally surprising was that Elizabeth Warren came in third in her own state of Massachusetts. If I was running for any position — even if it was for janitor or dog catcher — and I had such a low response from the people of my own state, I wouldn’t only withdraw from the race, I would’ve even moved out of Massachusetts for the rest of my life. It could show me that my own people don’t even think I was worth being a U.S. senator of my own state, much less being worthy to be president of the United States.
For Biden all of a sudden to be ahead of Sanders could be that the American people are beginning to wake up and think that socialism-communism is not the best government for the people of this great nation. Sanders is having a hard time setting up figures (using simple arithmetic), explaining how he is going to pay for all the things he is promising the American people. Not that I think Sanders is that much worse than Biden, but I don’t believe that the UnitedStates is ready for communism, nor will it ever be.
Apparently, Sanders won Super Tuesday in California, which is not surprising at all. With all the illegal aliens living in California with the idea that they deserve all freebies from the government and taking the opportunity to vote in our elections, nothing surprises meanymore. After all, illegal aliens also vote in the elections in the state of Nevada.
I already lost count of the numerous times I wrote about when my spiritual counselor and confessor Jesuit Priest, Bernardo Redondo, told me “By the year 2009 the whole world will be communist, including the Catholic Church.” At the time, I remember telling him, “For God’s sake Father, who knows what is going to happen so many years from now.”
I guess he was right, if we go through the alphabet, he was right — Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Cuba and all the way to the letter V for
Venezuela. I don’t want to go into detail about the Catholic Church because after all, I was born and raised in the Catholic faith and
still believe in the Catholic doctrine. But there is a lot to think about…
People believing in equality cannot comprehend that the next-door neighbor, so to speak, can drive two cars and they have none. Well, it is just a matter of persistence, the next-door neighbor works hard to fulfill his dreams, the other person is just waiting for the government to send him or her a monthly check just to survive.
Take for example Bernie Sanders; he doesn’t believe in millionaires and thinks billionaires should not exist, but he is forgetting the fact that he is also a millionaire. He came out with the story that if you write a book you can also be a millionaire. That’s the point… he put his brains to work in order to write a book.
Everybody is entitled to dream about bettering themselves and the United States is the land of opportunity. Take for example Alexandria Ocasio-Cortes (AOC). She jumped from a simple bartender to the Congress of the United States (only in the United States of America).
Another good example is Ilhan Omar; does anybody believe she could have reached a government office position in her home country of Somalia? Now she wants to impose her socialist ideas onto young people of this country (only in the United States of 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 pviasmensky@lasvegas tribune.com.

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