This Is Beyond Comprehension - And Response

Wednesday, July 21, 2021

The fact that there is now a discussion which anticipates a third COVID wave and surge is beyond comprehension, especially when it is our young children, who cannot protect themselves, who are at the greatest risk this time around.

I think the great John Wayne encapsulated the sentiment quite succinctly: "Life is hard. It's harder if you're stupid."

Michael Mallen

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Here, here! I don't get it at all. It's maddening to me that Delta is here and Echo is coming all because of stupidity and the way things are spun from both sides. Silly politics in a dang pandemic. How stupid is that?

I remember polio shots in elementary school. Guess what? Ain't no more polio. This is an argument I have with my own people.

Wake up, man! I, a moderate Republican, was wrong at the outset but now I don't care if I have tiny Joe Biden cameras and Kamala tape recorders swimming in my blood- I've been vaccinated.

What will fix this is SEC Commissioner Sankey following through with threats that football games with people who aren't vaccinated will be forfeited. No makeup games. My Tide will not go natty because they went undefeated but forfeited two games while the hated Bucs, also undefeated because they played Eastwest Wisconsin State Junior College and the mighty Beavers from Scranton, got their shots and so did their ugly fans. That'll do it.

Savage Glascock


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