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Corruption ("The Swamp")
We must clean our house first, then Congress.
It has become clear that many elected officials sell out to special interets that are not the interests of the people of the District. If they were, we would have better paying jobs; efficient infrastructure (high speed internet in all the District for example); and less poverty (36% live at or under the poverty line in the District).
All this is caused by corruption. Local officials as well as local party officials operating in the interest of those that fund them instead of the people.
It stops now. No patience for the corrupt, no tolerance for their disloyalty.
Ed Justo is already fighting this corruption locally, "draining the swamp" at home first. And if elected he will do the same in Congress, efficiently, and constantly.
Social Media should be held responsible for failing to report early warnings, and facilitating terrorist propaganda.
We cannot let more terrorists, mass-shooters, and crazy violent people, get their wish.
We must spend on technology to block, alter, and eliminate terrorist propaganda that facilitates recruitment and promotes their agenda.
We must force social media to seek and report warnings of violence or notices of attacks, like those of the Valentine Shooting in FL. Like those in school shootings.
And the companies that fail to report these incidents should be held liable as well. If you see a person with a Bomb walking around, you call police. If social media detects a posting saying "I will shoot at my school and kill them all" it should report it as well.
Vote for Ed Justo.
Lets work with the cards dealt, and improve it to fit our needs.
Clearly, we must make medical insurance affordable again. But, we must also make sure that no person or company can abuse the system as well. We must make medical insurance affordable without punishing people or raising taxes. There are many ways to do this without increasing the costs for either people or business.
Vote Ed Justo, he read the ACA and knows what to do.