Good Afternoon, News: Oregon's Coming Drought, FDA to Approve Vax for 12-Year-Olds, and You Can Forget "Herd Immunity"



hmmm . . . drought.

can The Smoke
be Far behind?

if we sold more GIANT Pickups
I think we can Battle our way
outta this Mess somehow
fight Fire with fire -- isn't
That what 'they' say?
so go four-wheelin'
& Clean Out the
Forests whilst
you Do.

'and then, the Covid just
magically Disappears...'

life was just so much
Easier with the
former guy
Always in
our feces


Punish people who refuse to get vaccinated harshly, financially and otherwise. Drop them from their health insurers, fire them from their jobs, refuse to allow them ANYWHERE they want to go other than their homes, and make them pay through the nose, more and more as more time goes on with them STILL refusing.

There is no right to spread a highly communicable disease that kills people. Period. Any and all arguments saying otherwise are false.


Jacobson v. Massachusetts

At question was whether the “right to refuse vaccination” was among those protected personal liberties.

The Supreme Court rejected Jacobson’s argument and dealt the anti-vaccination movement a stinging loss. Writing for the majority, Justice John Marshall Harlan acknowledged the fundamental importance of personal freedom, but also recognized that “the rights of the individual in respect of his liberty may at times, under the pressure of great dangers, be subjected to such restraint, to be enforced by reasonable regulations, as the safety of the general public may demand."


here's how blip so eloquentently put it up @ tS: "To allow these conditions to persist, where people must risk death anytime they leave the house by no choice of their own, is a far greater threat to personal freedom than being mandated to take a safe drug that protects you from infection."

--blip, May 2, 2021 at 12:19 PM

he said it better than the USSC Justice Harlan did in @2

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