Economic Reboot

It’s all about the economy now. Strange how conversation shifted from ventilators to the economy. But we may as well have put the economy on the ventilator for 40 days. So it was not that original 15-day or 30-day shutdown, but 45 days. Economic hibernation.

Once again, the left seems clueless about the economy. It’s the one part of the crisis that has not gotten airtime from liberal media. That is up until now anyway.

Suddenly the radical moonbat Left shifted to talking about the economy when Trump made the itchy suggestions he wanted to open it back up. Right on cue, the left flocked in to decry opening businesses. “Too soon,” they shrieked.

The real question, to Democrats, is not when can we open the economy but how long they can keep it down and how much damage can they do to it? It is obvious they only want to prolong economic effects as long as they can to hurt Trump. Bui everything is election politics and nothing is really about the health of the people or economy. All it ever was.

Democrats are oblivious to the national economy. What’s that spell? DONE. And we will be if we follow Democrats’ prescription protocol. Just what Dr. Evil of the Left ordered.

But now everyone is focused on it so their stupid political tricks are transparent to the entire awaiting country. It was the gem they saw in the crisis. Sure, people die but they have a wounded economy to use and abuse, which they plan on extorting to the max.

It is also obvious Democrats, led by Pelosi and Schumer, plan on holding the people and businesses hostage to their radical political agenda. And they have no conscience about it.

Rebooting the economy, then, should require booting Democrats as far from the levers of power as possible this fall. Even by then, they will have done some damage. Except people are watching closely and keeping score now. Call them the unDONE.

Right Ring | Bullright

2 comments on “Economic Reboot

  1. the unit says:

    Been remiss. Admit I gotta read back a ways. Other things on my mind. Been noticing stores that shut down, essential v. non. On my street…lawnmower Snapper dealer open, small business car repair closed.
    Oops, it’s after now and daughter is supposed to be in induced labor with my second granddaughter, that’s been going problematic without a politician.
    See you later.

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    • Bullright says:

      Ah, yes, life’s getting real interesting (or not) lately. At least you are in the better end of the woods. Congratulations, yes, but seems to be a toll on everything now. Be well. Not sure I like this essential vs nons thing.

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