Four Vaccine Mandate Thoughts (and one Tom Brady thought)Under the Fedora

Posted: September 11, 2021 by datechguy in Uncategorized

I came home from work after midnight Friday at 12:35 AM to see the Biden Administration vaccine mandate story (I see no news or net during my work hours, I highly recommend this btw) and immediately thought: The goal here is to generate a violent reaction or even an assassination attempt in order to improve the Democrat party’s poll numbers in general and Joe Biden’s poll numbers in particular. I suspect if we don’t take the bait (and we shouldn’t) you’ll see a false flag of some type.

During my 2nd break at work I’ve been reading Albert Bushnell Hart’s Essentials in American History and I literally just got to the chapter of Fort Sumter. Hart talks about the cultural differences and believes of the two sides going into the Civil War and I couldn’t help but be stuck at the parallels to today. I submit and suggest that the efforts to purge the military of conservatives by this administration has been in anticipation of using them to enforce actions against Americans. I know how that sounds but a lot of things we might have thought unbelievable just ten months ago have proved to be under the Biden Administration to be possible.

The real giveaway in the mandate to companies & to Federal Workers is the exemption of the Postal Service from said mandates. If this was a public health crisis you would not exempt a group of people who have daily contact which the American public to a greater degree than any other group.

Of course the day Kamala Harris declared to the world that she would not take any “Trump Vaccine” was the final nail in the coffin of a non-politized national health policy. On the day when we face a disease that kills like Smallpox or Ebola the price of this will be paid.

Update: A Biden admin official now says the postal service IS included in the mandate via OSHA not via the EO.

I’m curious to see what actually happens

Something I think is worth stressing. I think it’s fairly well established that at least in the short term the various Vaccines (or as I would more accurately call them “COVID SHOTS” as they are more like flu shots than actual vaccines) are safe and effective. If they were not given that there are about 100 million or more Americans who have taken them we would be seeing millions of people with bad side effects instead of thousands.

That being said it’s also well established that:

  1. The survival rates of COVID are extremely high
  2. The vast majority of COVID patients who are not in high risk groups will not die from this virus
  3. The vaccine does not confer an immunity from either getting or spreading COVID

Furthermore we do not know the long term affects of said vaccine and that if you’ve already had COVID and fought it off your own immune system will already have the antibodies to keep it away, in fact the whole point of any vaccine is to produce antibodies that your system is not.

Given these facts it is perfectly reasonable for people to choose to get the vaccine if they are

  1. In an at risk or high risk group
  2. Feel safer getting the vaccine
  3. decide the cost benefit ratio favors getting the vaccine

And it is perfectly reasonable for people to choose not to get the vaccine if

  1. They are not in a high risk group
  2. Are more vulnerable to the known side effects
  3. Decide the cost benefit ratio favors not getting the vaccine
  4. Want to wait a few more years as the knowledge of and thus the Science will improve

The very fact we even have any type of shot available is a triumph that is worth celebrating and if the powers that be hadn’t turn COVID in general and this Vaccine in particular into a political football people would be making would be making good choices based on these considerations and celebrated for it.

Finally Is it safe to say that we have now established that while there will in fact be a day when Tom Brady is unable to perform at the level of an elite quarterback in the NFL that barring injury said day will not come this season.

  1. Milwaukee says:

    We are back to a normal. The Dallas Cowboys trail late in a game and score a field goal, taking the lead. Taking the ball with less than 2 minutes to play the opposition goes down the field, kicks their field goal, with just seconds on the clock, for the win.
    The NFL officially said the NFL was gay. The Babylon Bee corrected, only the Dallas Cowboys were gay.