Vote In Person!
If you have any ability to do so, please drive, walk, bicycle, skateboard, hop, skip or jump to your local polling place on November 3, 2020, and vote in person.
The American People will only have 36 days to see the two presidential candidates debate the issues. Really? The first debate is scheduled Tuesday, Sept. 29 at Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio. A second debate is to be held Thursday, Oct. 15 in Miami, Florida. The third debate, at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee, will on Thursday, Oct. 22.
Nancy Pelosi is back in the news again. Today Nancy and her statist minions blocked yet another COVID19 stimulus package. The package included money for schools, COVID19 testing, vaccines, unemployment insurance, and the Paycheck Protection Program.
And then the haircut that will never die is in the news again thanks to Nancy.
Two prime examples of the statist Democrats looking out for the common man and small business owner here in America. The election in November is looking even more clear as to whom you should vote.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock or in Joe Biden’s basement, you are all too well aware of the following mantra that has been drilled into our heads since the spring.
We urge county residents to protect themselves and their families when out in public by reducing travel, avoiding crowded areas, using a face covering or mask, frequent hand washing (especially before eating or drinking) and disinfect commonly touched surfaces daily. These steps are crucial to preventing illness and reducing the spread of COVID-19 in our community.
Now suddenly in today’s email is the headline from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services -
The conspiracy analyst in me has the alert bells and whistles going off loud and clear on this. I certainly don’t remember any previous years headlines or public admonitions especially from the state government to get a flu shot. You need to get your flu shot so as not to infect other health care workers with the flu, who then wouldn’t be able to take care of the overflow and surge of COVID19 cases that are overburdening our state hospital system (sic).
I’m sure that residents of Wisconsin will take the flu shot rhetoric under advisement along with all of the other blather about COVID19 that Madison is pushing out. And please Wisconsin Department of Health Services, what’s so special about getting our flu shots by Halloween? Inquiring minds want to know.