Doesn’t Anyone Wonder?

We are hearing/seeing stories of people waiting in lines for hours to be tested for the latest strain of the virus and no one seems to care, yet we are already starting to hear plans that voting in person will be too dangerous and that other, remote options will need to be enhanced.

Am I the only one who thinks that might be just a wee bit stange?

Does anyone else wonder?

Who is John Galt?

About Ray V.

Living between Aiken & Charleston,, South Carolina, USA, I like to share what I am looking at, thinking about or listening to. I refer to this as the view out my window. Thanks for stopping by.
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9 Responses to Doesn’t Anyone Wonder?

  1. Totally strange…as strange as the fact you need to show proof of identity to get a fishing license but certain groups don’t think you should have to have proof of identity to vote…hmmmmmmm….

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  2. blmaluso says:

    We are way passed “wondering”…the idiocy of what has been happening around us for some time now stares us right in the face. I for one trust my own eyes, ears and mind. And most importantly, I put my faith and trust in God.

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  3. onthecamimo says:

    I don’t wonder..I have my suspicions 😉


  4. Margy says:

    Cases have seemed like a strange way to measure this since it all started, especially when a case could be very mild or no symptoms. Hospitalizations and deaths were what mattered more, though even those stats could be suspicious when there were so many deaths amongst the extremely frail elderly: the average age of Covid death in our province is 79. The average life span here is 81…
    I had the sniffles in early December. Didn’t get tested, just stayed away from everyone for 10 days – except the hubby (and anyone who was willing to visit us even though they knew I had the sniffles.)

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