Joe Doakes from Como Park emails:

Study from Stanford University concludes lock-downs have no significant
effect on Covid spread
and the small effect they might have, could be
achieved by less restrictive means.

I doubt it’ll stay up long, once Liberals realized it proves
Conservatives were right all along:  there is no scientific basis for
lock-downs and Stay Home orders, and without a scientific basis for the
regulations, they’re simply unconstitutional power grabs.

PDF copy attached.

Joe Doakes

To paraphrase the old law school saying: when the emotion is against you, argue science. When the science is against you, argue emotion. When both science and emotion are against you…doxx them?

20 thoughts on “Ineffective

  1. If necessary, they’ll just blame the lockdowns on Trump. Flat out lies with the help of the MSM has turned out to be quite an effective tool.

  2. Yeah JD, those are just a bunch of cis white males. I want to know what USA Today, CNN, and The Squad have to say!

  3. Gonna be crazy when Republicans wake up on Thursday and realize for the first time that a plague is killing 4,000 Americans a day and Joe Biden is solely responsible.

  4. It’s probably a shock, but there are many states in America that do not know what “lockdown” you are speaking of. None of them are experiencing a plague of dead bodies in the streets, hospitals overflowing, or refrigerated trucks hauling bodies off to mass burials.

    This has been the biggest hoax in the history of the US. Just look who and what are spreading the lies.

  5. Well, EI, yes, I have seen the debt.

    With your elected morons now in charge, it’s going to get a lot higher. Democrats have proven over and over again, that nothing can’t be funded when they are in charge of the printing presses.

    The disastrous economic policies announced by senile Joe, are already having an impact. After he announced that he will kill the Keystone pipeline right after he’s installed, gas is up to $2.39 in most of the city. We can look forward to paying $5.00 per gallon of gas or a California or Massacscrewsetts style car ban, as the left continues to proliferate their gloBULL warming scam on their gullible serfs.

  6. Why should I care about the national debt, E-I?

    No less a luminary than Paul Krugman has assured me: “Debt is money we owe to ourselves.” He won the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences. He should know.

    Why do you dispute him, E-I? Why do you hate SCIENCE?

  7. Why do you dispute him, E-I? Why do you hate SCIENCE?

    Reek wipes gravy off his belly with a piece of bread…

  8. I personally am annoyed at the hypocrisy of most politicians, but that of the “fiscally conservative “ is just too much.

  9. You’ve mentioned the national debt in prior comments, E-I. Can you explain to us why it matters to you when it doesn’t seem to matter to anybody in Congress, particularly not to Democrats? I’m not saying you’re wrong, I’m asking why you think it matters how large the national debt is.

    What difference, at this point, does it make?

  10. It’s a serious question, E-I. I’ll prove it by laying out your argument for you, and you tell me where I go wrong.

    We presently don’t have enough income to pay current expenses.
    We borrow money to pay current expenses, adding it to the national debt.
    The national debt bears interest.
    Interest must be paid to avoid default.
    Ever-increasing debt results in ever-larger interest payments.
    Eventually, interest due consumes all income.
    Eventually, interest due exceeds all income.
    When that happens, the debtor defaults on the debt instrument.
    If collateral was pledged to secure payment of the debt instrument, it is forfeited.
    The collateral pledged for the national debt is our national honor.
    After our national honor is forfeited for nonpayment of debt, our credit is shot.
    Nobody will lend to us anymore.
    We won’t be able to pay all current expenses.
    We’ll have to cut expenses at least in half, to match income.
    We’ll have to stop foreign aid.
    We’ll have to end federal state aid.
    We’ll have to stop making student loans.
    We’ll have to stop Social Security payments.
    We’ll have to stop welfare payments.

    The public will riot and the nation will disintigrate into squabbling factions until we’re attacked by Russia or China and our territories divided between our conquerors.

    That’s why the national debt matters to me. Why does it matter to you?

    Why doesn’t it matter to Democrats?

  11. “When you have 15 people, and the 15 within a couple of days is going to be down to close to zero, that’s a pretty good job we’ve done.” ~ Donald Trump, Feb. 27, 2020

    According to Johns Hopkins University’s tally of cases in the United States, there have been at least 24,186,358 cases of coronavirus in the US — at least 400,292 people have died in the U.S. from Covid-19.

    So far today, JHu has reported 107,586 new cases & 1,289 new deaths.

  12. Maybe you missed my post about the debt, E-I. Too long, didn’t read?

    Did I accurately summarize your opposition to a large national debt?

    Or are you in favor of a large national debt but were attempting to “make us live by our own rules” by implying the debt is our fault? If so, perhaps it slipped your attention that all spending proposals originate in the House, which is controlled by Democrats, so the blame lies there.

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