Lack of mask problem
To the editor:
Your article on Rosetta Café’s business owners taking a stand against the governor, was encouraging. We do not see enough news about people facing the giants, to preserve their dignity, but we see plenty from the government stimulating its demise.
Earlier in the pandemic, the governor was picking and choosing ‘nonessentials’ like seeds and fish, threatening sustainability. Was that a precursor to what is ahead, given Henry Kissinger’s following thoughts?
“Who controls the food supply controls the people; who controls the energy can control whole continents; who controls money can control the world” Henry Kissinger (online).
If so, the governor’s continued control efforts are contrary to her party-leader’s quote, “My dad used to say: Joey, a job is about a lot more than a paycheck. It’s about your dignity” — Joe Biden (online).
Perhaps the President elect should explain this next quote he’s ‘got,’ to our governor since she didn’t comprehend the causal connection above, “It is the most degrading thing in the world to go out with your hat in your hand and beg for money, but that’s what you have to do if you haven’t got your own resources” — Joe Biden
Well, business owners “haven’t got . . . resources” if they ‘haven’t got’ customers.” A no brainer, governor.
Why was the “snoop” so concerned about the lack of masks at Rosetta Café when store lines are so long and not everyone wears a mask?
The bottom line that we ‘got’ to reckon with is that stimulus crumbs and sustainability are no more synonymous than cafés and increased Covid cases.