SUNDAY MORNING IN AMERICA: THE MANY DEAD AND WHO KILLED THEM – THE SHINBONE STAR

It’s Memorial Day and this page says too much about this nation and everything you need to know about Donald Trump. Less than you need to know about Memorial Day — which used to be Decoration Day — and far too much about Der Drumpf.


 

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Categories: Coronavirus - Covid 19, Epidemic - Pandemic - Plague

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  1. The sad thing is that had things been handled properly, in the beginning, America might now be in the position of other nations who are cautiously re-opening for business. Instead of that sensible people feel just as afraid as at the beginning of the crisis, maybe even more so because who can tell when it really will be safe to go about your daily business. Between an incompetent leader and a larger than normal percentage of the population who refuse to accept temporary restrictions on their personal freedom many more lives have been lost and will continue to be lost.
    It’s a sad thing when a country with the resources of the USA allowed so many people to die when it could have been prevented.

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  2. absolutely powerful and beautiful and sad.

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  3. Once upon a time, long, long ago, we had presidents who, in the face of national calamity worked night and day to make things right and fix the country. Guess what? Now we have a bad golfer! Does this mean we have no problems?

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    • I shudder to think how our idiot-in-chief would have dealt with our decades long involvement in Vietnam…

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    • Once upon a time if there was a crisis, the president would address the nation as a whole and try to lend an air of authority and calm. Even if things weren’t gonna end soon, they’d say they were working with people on the issue. And that was helpful.

      Now we have someone that lashes out at the press and talks to himself in front of cameras, never addressing the people because he can’t stand them.

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