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11 hours ago, Logosone said:

Trump's decision to re-open the US for business is backed by a large number of eminent scientists.

 

He is the only leader in the West that appears to have the courage to do what needs to be done.

 

We will all benefit greatly if this courageous decision is taken to open the US for business.

I sort of want to see him do it so that the US can see what sort of egotistical monster he really is. And then I think of the deaths that will result and I'm not that heartless.

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9 hours ago, Logosone said:

David L. Katz is an American physician and the founding director of the Yale-Griffin Prevention Research Center

 

"I am deeply concerned that the social, economic and public health consequences of this near total meltdown of normal life — schools and businesses closed, gatherings banned — will be long lasting and calamitous, possibly graver than the direct toll of the virus itself. The stock market will bounce back in time, but many businesses never will. The unemployment, impoverishment and despair likely to result will be public health scourges of the first order."

 

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/20/opinion/coronavirus-pandemic-social-distancing.html

 

Open up for business America.

 

Lead the way.

 

 

#lets gramps have it. (and most TVF posters).

 

One thing Asia can teach us is respect for the old and the elders.

 

Just one big nothing burger. Nothing to see here - Democrat lies. MAGA. 

 

If you're not fearful it's because you're not paying attention. Wise up or check out. Up to you.

 

 

Edited by URMySunshine

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14 hours ago, Logosone said:

I would go to work to earn money, if I had to do that, to feed the family, because I have balls of steel.

 

However, I should imagine most wives will tell their husbands to go out and earn the money, because one thing's for certain, two thing's for sure: starvation's not a cure. Most families will need money in these times.

 

The economic imperative will compel the workers to return.

 

And no employer, or few, will act irresponsibly, they will consider the health of their workers, if they die who will dig the trench after all, but companies do have an economic imperative too. All this nonsense that 'corporate america' refuses to go  back to work is just that nonsense. A few companies have just said they will consider the health of their employees and customers, which is sensible. However, through this orange haze of panic the medical truth will shine through like a beacon of hope, that the death rate is around 0.3-0.5 % and will affect mostly those over 80.

 

Right now it's hard to talk sense to a herd of panicked buffalos, but eventually common sense will return. American business will re-open. And sooner than we think hopefully.

I don't necessarily disagree with you. You have stated your logic and preference. Others will state their equally valid logic and choose to stay home.

 

I never said corporate America would refuse to go back to work. However, the sexual anatomy and testosterone levels of company leadership have little to do with the issue of workers returning to work. Companies without workers are disfunctional and useless. That is a simple fact, not an opinion. 

 

What you "imagine wives would tell their husbands" is just that: imagination. Some will and some will beg them to stay home. That is also a fact. For many people potential life or death decisions are not considered "nonsense". 

 

I wasn't arguing pro or con on returning to work. I was simply pointing out the fact that corporate America cannot legimately make demands of their workers in this situation; they are not yet in total control of their worker's lives or their livelihoods (yet). 

 

You made some valid points in support of your opinion, but they do not refute my statements at all. You simply used my statements as a straw man to make personal declarations and opinions that only peripherally relate to mine. 

 

It is gratifying to know that you, among countless others who cannot, see with such bold clarity. 

Your sanguin clairvoyance is noted and appreciated by some no doubt. 

 

In the end though all you have offered is what there is no shortage of: personal opinion. 

 

State your opinions without the need for a false target to disagree with and they may be taken more seriously. 

Edited by RocketDog
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On 3/26/2020 at 9:33 AM, keith101 said:

Trump is more concerned about his re election than peoples lives which is typical of the psychopath that he is , 0 empathy for anyone but himself .

He’s worried about his own money-income as well

Edited by Redline

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