My idiot governor has now “mandated” the use of masks statewide.
I hate the idea. Many, many, many people hate the idea.
The science is all over the place and if there was no need to do it previously (remember, they told us not to…because they were afraid there would be a shortage but now any old piece of fabric supposedly works) than what is the need now?
Government officials feel their power slipping away. In this state’s case, its likely an ego stroking for the governor too.
So, here we go.
To mask, or not to mask? That is the question.
To sheep or not to sheep? Also a question.
Our governor has been jeered from both sides for his decision to let local governments decide on masks, but I don’t think he was entirely in the wrong. What might be necessary for a metropolis like Phoenix might be totally inappropriate for a small town at the end of a long dirt road, of which there are many in Arizona.
Flexibility is good. Choice is good too. What’s interesting is that you get neither if you object to the currently pushed narrative. However, when the currently pushed narrative conflicts with itself, then you get both flexibility, choice, and a blank check to do as you please.
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I wonder where they found the mask mandate in the Constitution. I know where “LiFe, Liberty & the Pursuit of Happiness” is…
All about control. Masks don’t stop viruses. The particulates are too small. They do, however, constrict oxygen (public video):
I can’t wait until the fitness gyms open back up and the face mask wearing idiots start passing out.
Passing out at the gym…I suddenly got the image of sheep or goats (can’t remember which one it happens with) randomly falling asleep and falling over. LOL
😆 Goats. The goats get scared, pass out and fall over. That’s good! 😂