It is interesting to see what they choose as a background to show their abode to the world. Bill Kristol’s red library looked almost Louis XVI.
Round and round it goes – where it stops nobody knows – except Tiny – who will tells us at today’s briefing. Or maybe we are just descending into hell.
Tiny was unhappy to miss the wonderful media event of the hospital ship arriving in New York City, sailing picture perfect past the statue of liberty. He blamed the secret service and security on his non-attendance. I believe the possible reason he didn’t show up was that a Marshall with an unwelcome piece of paper was waiting to serve it on him at the dock in front of all of the cameras.
The trend lines on both graphs are up. Up its good, Up is winning. He promised a lot of winning during his campaign – so much winning that we would become tired of winning. I am tired, are you?
Both of them think they have been doing a great job – just ask them.
Bill Gates says its time to dig in for the long haul – and he is far more likely to be right than Tiny.
The map would be more informative if instead of total cases, it showed a per-capita bases. California with its large population is expected to have more cases than Arizona or Montana.
We know what really matters – its all in the numbers. Are 2 or 3 hundred thousand American deaths a win?
Are we American citizens “collateral damage”? Tiny says that we (he) wins if we only lose 2 to 3 hundred thousand. Its a hell of a cost for the lost 5 or 6 weeks when we should have been preparing for today and tomorrow.
But he is sheltering in place – good fellow.