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Montgomery, Alabama hit hard by Covid19 after being open for the last 10 days.


Major hospitals in the Montgomery area have run out of ICU beds, Mayor Steven Reed said at a news conference Wednesday, while others only one or two beds left.
Patients in need of care are now instead being sent 90 miles away to Birmingham, Alabama, the mayor said, a step the city hasnít had to take until now.


Posted by NoRoadUntravelled | Thu May 21, 2020, 08:23 PM (9 replies)

The United States has fallen to 25th place in the Democracy Index


"The highly partisan nature of Washington politics has contributed to this trend. Republicans and Democrats are increasingly seen as being focused on blocking each otherís agenda, to the detriment of policymaking. This trend has worsened under the current administration. Rising partisan tensions have left Congress in a stalemate: the passage of the revised US-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) was the only piece of major legislation to get through the divided legislature in 2019. Mr Trump has not been the dealmaker he had boasted he would be, at least not on the domestic front. His response to the consistent hostility of the opposition to his presidency from day one has been to go on the offensive and up the ante. He has been deliberately provocative in an effort to rally his political and voter base, particularly on issues such as immigration and security."

Here's a link to the white paper by The Economist
Posted by NoRoadUntravelled | Thu May 21, 2020, 12:34 PM (4 replies)

Whatever happened to First, Do No Harm? "Trump Allies Lining Up Doctors to Prescribe Rapid Opening"


ďAnybody who joins one of our coalitions is vetted,Ē Murtaugh said Monday. ďAnd so quite obviously, all of our coalitions espouse policies and say things that are, of course, exactly simpatico with what the president believes. ... The president has been outspoken about the fact that he wants to get the country back open as soon as possible.Ē


So now he's got members of the medical profession going against medical advice?

Posted by NoRoadUntravelled | Tue May 19, 2020, 08:07 PM (8 replies)

If I were a gambler I'd bet the deed to the penthouse that tRump is NOT taking Hydroxychloroquine.

He made the announcement to drive sales as his supporters flock to their doctors to request it.

His announcement comes right around the time Republican Rep. Roger Marshall, an obstetrician who is running for Senate in Kansas, recommends the drug to everyone over 65.

You have to KNOW they and their cronies have bought stock and are just waiting for sales to skyrocket and stocks to surge.
Posted by NoRoadUntravelled | Mon May 18, 2020, 10:22 PM (14 replies)

Baby Trump Confronted with Coronavirus Lies Video - I couldn't stop laughing

Posted by NoRoadUntravelled | Wed May 13, 2020, 11:47 AM (9 replies)

Can't help but wonder what it's going to look like when the debris left by this regime settles.

It feels like a take down of everything good we believed we were as a country and a grinding of the heel on the places we were already broken.

Daily, so much of my mind's been occupied with listening for the other shoe to drop from what seems like an endless supply of shoes.
I realized today I've been so busy thinking about what I don't want (current occupant of Oval Office and all that means) that I haven't spent time envisioning what I do want, not just for President but for us as a nation.
I'm going to spend some time each day to imagine a country where all the things we've petitioned for and voted for and worked for will come to pass.

I was so busy watching stories of the worst of what we have to offer each other and the world that I took my eyes off all the goodness that is here living in the hearts of Americans. Of us. We have so many heroes in our midst. Some of them make the news but most of our heroes are the quiet ones. They go about the business of making the world a better place by making kindness a priority. They do it by caring. That's who we really are. Millions and millions of us.

We're evolving as a nation and it's not easy when not everyone wants to move into the future. We're headed that way none the less and I'm going to enjoy envisioning it. Then, if I live to be very old, to see it come to pass.

Posted by NoRoadUntravelled | Tue May 12, 2020, 10:30 PM (9 replies)

tRump outbid states for PPEs and increased virus deaths. Will he do the same with food supplies?

Is there any reason to believe he can be trusted with the nation's food supply?
Posted by NoRoadUntravelled | Mon May 11, 2020, 01:42 PM (5 replies)

I have this recurring fantasy of a nation wide protest by senior citizens

We can have burn barrel fires where confederate flags and swastikas are burned.
Those of us who can still do it will take a knee during the National Anthem.
And to top it all off, the protest will be completely silent. No one will say a word.

We'll carry signs that say; I helped build this economy for 50 years.
Now pro-lifers want me to die for it.
Posted by NoRoadUntravelled | Sun May 10, 2020, 03:59 PM (22 replies)

States are reopening. There's going to be a second wave and I still can't find toilet paper!

This is crazy!
Posted by NoRoadUntravelled | Sun May 10, 2020, 03:33 PM (25 replies)

Question: If Pence and others in WH were exposed to COVID19, shouldn't they all be in quarantine

for 14 days?
Or does the White House have a stockpile of tests stashed away so they can all be tested every day? And, if not, why do they all walk around without masks?

Posted by NoRoadUntravelled | Fri May 8, 2020, 03:53 PM (17 replies)
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