Thursday, April 30, 2020

April Words of Wisdom: COVID-19 Edition

We built the greatest economy in the world. I'll do it a second time. --President Donald Trump

When the COVID-19 horror is over and we go back to our normal lives, never forget that during the crisis we were not desperate for lawyers, actors, athletes or reality TV stars. We needed teachers, doctors, nurses, shop workers, delivery drivers and countless others who we usually take for granted.

Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety. --Benjamin Franklin

If you think the government has the right to forcibly vaccinate people for the good of society, what is to prevent them from forcibly sterilizing people, forcibly euthanizing people, or forcibly implanting a tracking device for the good of society? --Dr. Lee Hieb (Me: Bonus points for reading this in Rod Serling's voice)

I have no patience for injustice, no tolerance for government incompetence, no sympathy for leaders who fail their citizens. --President Donald Trump

Defiance, not obedience, is the American's answer to overbearing authority.
--Ayn Rand

You keep going. Because uncommon efforts in uncommon times lead to uncommon rewards and grace. --Brendon Burchard

No matter what you do for the Do-Nothing Democrats, no matter how great a job you are doing, they will only respond to their fake partners in the Lamestream Media in the negative, even in a time of crisis. I thought it would be different, but it's not. In fact, it's even worse... --President Donald Trump

Somebody needs to open an investigation into the Democratic Party to find out if they have any ties to America. --Laura Ingraham

The truth is readily available, if you want it. But, if you are satisfied with political rhetoric, so be it. --Thomas Sowell

How freaking funny. Elected officials who are still getting a paycheck, telling the people they put out of work, "We will decide who can start earning a living again, and when." --Lt. Col. Allen West

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