Letters: Biden shouldn’t use tragedy for political gain; Let SCASD students learn in person

Trump vs. Biden: Where they stand on 6 major issues Before you vote in the 2020 presidential election, consider where Republican President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden stand on major issues of coronavirus, racial division, climate change, education, economic recovery and China. By David Caraccio | Trevin Smith Up Next × Play VideoLoaded: 0%PlaySkip BackSkip ForwardMuteCaptions captions off, selected Current Time 0:00/Duration -:-FullscreenTrump vs. Biden: Where they stand on 6 major issues SHARE COPY LINK Before you vote in the 2020 presidential election, consider where Republican President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden stand on major issues of coronavirus, racial division, climate change, education, economic recovery and China. By David Caraccio | Trevin Smith Don’t use tragedy for political gain As a Democrat, every time I see Joe Biden‘s political ad incorporating the tragic death of his wife and children, I am saddened by our choice of candidates. What kind of unprincipled person uses such deep personal tragedy for political gain? What kind of party supports, or perhaps drives, this kind of messaging? The message of concern about health care for all of us is not only ingenuous, it is emotionally manipulative. If you have suffered a loss, you know. After so many years in Washington leadership, surely Biden can find accomplishments to campaign on, instead of callously leveraging the loss of his wife and children. Let students learn in-person Get all the news you need to start your day. Every day without in-school learning, State […]

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