Noted on this blog in 2010.
Businesses are created. Many die. And while Mitt Romney famously said "corporations are people, my friends," that's not really true.
Ask someone who's sat with a loved one in hospice.
Fast forward to today, amidst a pandemic killing people from Milwaukee to Manhattan to the Middle East, and here comes Our Ghoulish Marketplace Champion (and hypocrite) - - whom you and I pay to represent us - - urging people be put at risk of dying for business reasons because death is an inevitable part of life.
A GOP senator calls on Trump to reopen parts of the coronavirus-stricken economy because 'death is an unavoidable part of life'What is the appetite or audience for these words?
Well, not these people:
Breaking news: US Death toll surpasses 3,000This isn't leadership. It's taxpayer-paid ghoulishness. There's a certain percentage of the population already in dire psychological straits whose diminishing peace of mind just took an unwanted hit.
From a guy who is freshly in soothing, free-market money heaven.
Johnson has done what I hadn't thought possible: Leap-frog Trump in the Worst Public Official Sweepstakes.