'Jumanji: The Next Level' is pacing for domestic debut of at least $40 million over the Dec. 13-15 weekend, according to early tracking.
steve: A good Democratic Candidate would point out that welfare, food stamps, cell phones, and other entitlements were meant for people that can not work, are disabled to the point they can not work, elderly people over 65, or people that have lost their jobs and are currently looking for employment. They would also point out that the Government has a responsibility to train our workforce into skills needed in our workplace. The Government would help people feel good about themselves by providing work to people that are on subsistence that can work by letting them work in the community where they live so that they are giving back to the citizens that pay into the support system while they look for other employment. The Candidate would point out that serving in our Military is an honor and that people that serve will get benefits once there enlistment period is up if they serve honorably. That citizens the volunteer at community outreach centers, be it for the elderly or disabled will be rewarded with praise for serving their fellow citizens. That the people of this country need to rise up and reclaim their standing in the world as the most educated, most productive people on earth. That being an American means something. That our country will protect its citizens at home and abroad and that they are special.