She wished to not be replaced until a new president took over.
SHITHOLE decided otherwise. Ironically, or maybe not so ironically, on the day SHITHOLE and much of the GOP celebrated SHITHOLE’S SCOTUS nomination, completely going against Ginsburg’s last wishes, a mass of attendees, quite possibly the entire lot, became infected with coronavirus.
SHITHOLE is even in the hospital. And as the hours tick by, more and more tests are coming back positive.
They should have known better than to mess with RBG.
Everything happens for a reason. And everyone gets what they deserve.
SHITHOLE’S latest plan is to have a new, beautiful healthcare plan to present in two weeks. Americans aren’t holding their breath, considering SHITHOLE has been spewing this shit for the past four years.
The latest has him touting that his “plan” will offer telehealth (many doctors have been offering this for years), lower drug costs (I’ll believe it when I see it and personally, many of my medications cost nothing) and alledged protection for pre-existing conditions. Which we already have under the ACA.
Even if this “beautiful” plan were established tomorrow, SHITHOLE could be dead and gone before it even goes into effect. Remember, the ACA did not happen overnight. It had to happen gradually. As would any replacement. If there really is a replacement. Or will it just be a repeal and to hell with everyone. Nobody in America will have health insurance of any kind.
They didn’t even start working on the money pit within two weeks!
If there’s anything that Ruth Bader Ginsburg would want the American people to do it would be to vote.
Vote as if your life depends on it. Because it does.
We all know what’s at stake. Do you want another four years of the shit you’ve already been dealt? A hand that isn’t going to improve, but only get worse? Or do you want a chance at a new hand? A better hand?
There’s a reason why RBG passed away on Rosh Hashanah and the first day that people in America could early vote. Because everything happens for a reason.
Ginsburg is famous for saying “Fight for the things that you care about, but do it in a way that will lead others to join you.”
Do you want to know what the “real” plan is to fight the coronavirus that has infected almost five million and has killed almost 150,000 Americans? Yeah. Don’t we all.
The “real” plan hasn’t been put in place yet because we have nobody big enough in charge to put it in place. When it is in place what it needs to consist of is at least a two month shut down of the entire country. That means schools, restaurants, bars, gyms, hair salons, nail salons, zoos, amusement parks, you name it, if it isn’t essential, sells toilet paper or treats people with illnesses, it’s shut down. If you venture out to get “the essentials”, it’s one person, not the entire clan. And you will wear a face mask. Whether you like it or not. And I know many won’t like it. They will threaten the very life of the person who implements the “real” plan. They will bitch and complain, like they did when they couldn’t get their hair and their nails done or couldn’t get a free refill at a restaurant. So be it. Let them bitch. Let them clamor to the streets and stampede on City Hall. It won’t change a thing. It will, however, put their lives at risk. Oh well.
The country won’t be shut down forever. It will reopen eventually. But not all at once. That would be making the same mistake twice. When it does reopen, it needs to be reopened in phases. And to be successful, we need cooperation from everyone. It will be painful. But what treatment for a disease is not without discomfort?
Until the entire country is finally on the same page regarding the coronavirus, we will never, ever get anywhere. Even if a successful vaccine is created. Because even then there are people who will refuse to take it.
If the people of America don’t cooperate once a “real” plan is put into place, not only will you be wearing face masks for the foreseeable future, the economy you once knew may never be known again.