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We all know what Lepercy is from the bible but do you know why it isnt as big as it used to be The answer to this question is because all these people were put into strict living quarters by themselves The only people that lived within miles of them were people with Lepercy My bill states that we should take all HIV positive people and simply either ship them to a remote and deserted area or give them the opportunity to fight for their country in the army or navy The government will simply provide blood tests to all American citizens You will be given a short amount of time to make your decision to either stay and fight for your country or be immediately shipped to the Sahara Desert where you will die eventually After the government gets a majority or if not all the HIV positive people out of the United States or have them fighting in a different country the Aids rate will rapidly fall The Aids virus is only spread through blood sex etc so if these people are not having sex the virus will simply end after a few years because I know you and I would both not like to have this deadly virus therefore we would stop it just like they stopped Lepercy They have the choice of joining the army where they will be fed and have shelter and etc and they will be helping the US win wars and other problems with neighboring countries If I was one of these people this is the route I would take All immigrants that would like to come to the US are more then welcome but will be met at the border by border patrol to inflict a blood test If they are clean they are more then welcome if they are infected they will be given the choices or be turned away Scientists have been
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