TrudeauSucks Posted February 15, 2022 Report Share Posted February 15, 2022 (edited) I'd like to say is, when Covid first hit, there was no natural immunity. Yes it was a good idea to wear masks, and keep away from people who were caughing, but now were three years in and were still talking about manditory vaccines and airport restrictions. When are we going to let inviduals decide the risks that are appropriate for them? Why should we force 7 year old kids to wear masks and keep away from other kids, just because were worried that 1 in a million kids might die? What if we gave people who are immune compromised the resources to be extra careful, while the rest of us can get back to normal life and help fix this economy? The more restrictions we have the more we talk about covid, the more we're going to scare people from going to resturants, business, and other places that are critical to maintaining a healty economy and low unemployment. So when someone says how dare you get infected, you might spread it to someone else, tell them this. Why can't the people who are most risk of getting covid hide in their own basements, so the rest of us can have a life? We could of left the resturants open, and used the tax revenue to provide food delivery services to the elderly who have poor immune systems. That way, those who at the most at risk could be protected, where the young people could keep their jobs. When we have more freedom, we have more economic activity. When we have more economic activity, we have more taxes to pay for hospitals and treatments needed to keep the most vulnerable alive. A strong economy means better healthcare to protect citizens from all diseases. Edited February 15, 2022 by TrudeauSucks Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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