Finally, Some Agreement and Unity


Finally, there’s something about which we can all agree and have unity. Let’s break it down. 

The latest Monmouth university poll found that 70% of Americans agree that its time we accept that COVID is here to stay, and get on with our lives. As you would expect, the results were ridiculously partisan with 89% of Republicans and 71% of independents agreeing, verses a meager 47% of democrats.  

These results, though encouraging, aren't ideal.  Mask mandates are still in the mix with over half of American's thinking they are  helpful.

If we view this optimistically, it's very positive because we still have agreement about getting our lives back.  However, there are pros and cons to moving on:

If it isn’t in our faces, it will simply be flushed down the memory hole with an odor that dissipates quickly with some air freshener. When the next pandemic comes along, it’s possible we’ll forget the current Draconian measures and fall for the same tricks all over again. 

With the elite's chokehold on the media coupled with Orwellian Newspeak, the last two years could be Thanos snapped in an instant.

To be sure, COVID can stop dominating the airwaves, bandwidth, headlines and party conversations.  I can't wait for the day when we are able to argue over things that matter, like:
1. Should the toilet paper go over, or under?
2. Is it pronounced "Jiff" or "Gif"?
3. Does frosting turn a muffin into a cupcake?

Ah, the good ole days.  And just in case you were wondering - the toilet paper goes over; always over.  You Communist.

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