Health Science Stupid Texas

Texas: A Message from My Brother

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Texas can join Florida in being a libertarian dystopia. When people vote for these free market fools, they can expect their needs and safety will take a back seat to the awesome economy. Florida has never really shut down, and DeSantis refused to issue a mask mandate. The only mask mandates came from local communities and businesses. Texas reluctantly closed in some of the cities and issued a mask mandate. Mississippi decided to abandon mask wearing shortly after the Texas’ decision. Scientists argue that it is far too early to take off masks as we need 75 to 85% of a vaccinated population before we can safely take them off.

When states and communities put radical right wing politicians in positions of leadership, they can expect the common good to be demolished and essential services privatized. They do not want to invest in infrastructure or social services. Many more people will die from a lack of access to health care as these leaders refuse to expand Medicaid in their states. Voters need to understand what they are voting for when they select a so-called conservative. Today many Republicans are very different from conservatives of yesteryear.

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