'Like any good leftist, Nancy Pelosi can't leave well enough alone. She has to change things and make them "better."'
'Most people are not overly political. They are more concerned with their daily lives, their jobs and their families.'
'Who gets hurt when government orders a business shutdown: the family-owned hardware store or Lowes? The answer is obvious.'
'It is a total failure and it eats tax money like Joey Chestnut eats Nathan's hot dogs on the Fourth of July.'
We may be badly divided on race and police conduct, but the overwhelming majority of Americans want to end our involvement in foreign wars.
We have flattened the curve. The number of acute cases is not rising like it was a month or two ago. It is time, therefore, to reopen the economy.
If pressure to reopen the economy builds, aided by local efforts such as those underway in New Orleans, we can recover most of those jobs.
I wonder if the medical experts considered how this would affect the economy - and how each part of the economy affects the other.
What we have done is halt a giant wagon train with 10,000 pioneers and stop in the middle of a desert because 10 people are ill.
Aas a nation we can survive one out of every thousand people dying from the coronavirus, but the death toll is probably going to be much lower than that.