What a Joke
Regarding the events surrounding the corona, John Mauldin writes:
I truly believe that something affecting all of us so deeply should be kept in the scientific realm to the extent possible, not the political.
Let’s see how well he performs. He begins by noting he only wants to look forward, and not backward:
It is relatively easy to look back and see what happened, but I am more interested in future responses.
Of course, he would want to do this, given that he pounded the table for the most purposely and voluntarily destructive policies – both economic and health – perhaps in human history (absent war, of course). Some examples of his handiwork back in March:
Without radical action (some of which is already happening, some places, but not enough), this pandemic could cost many lives and potentially launch an economic depression. I am not exaggerating when I say this. I really mean it.
Of course, it was the radical action that cost many lives and launched the economic depression. I really mean it.
I’m saying this strongly because as recently as this week, I’m still hearing from lots of readers who don’t get it.
Of course, it was those readers who “got it,” and not those like Mauldin who chose the purposeful destruction of millions of lives and thousands of businesses. But enough of that. Let’s not look back – the call of every criminal in history. Let’s just look at what Mauldin says today. What have we learned:
First, the median age of fatalities seems to be around 80. Deaths belo
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