So … Are the Power-Hungry Dems EVER Going to Let Us Live Without Masks?

Written by William Pauwels on February 10, 2021

I’m starting to seriously wonder if we will ever get rid of masks. I’m told that even those who have been vaccinated a second time are required to wear masks. We are now told that vaccinated people are still contagious.

When comparing the Covid-19 vaccination with the flu vaccination – I’m told that they don’t always work. Yet the flu vaccination always seems to work for me. And there seems to be less flu this year than in years past. I wonder if that’s because people are wearing masks? Perhaps this will be a permanent, new way of life. The NEW-Democrats would like that, wouldn’t they? Power!

We are told that most people 60 or younger and free from other serious ailments are not fatally affected by Covid-19. Yet we are making these people wear masks. We are requiring hospitality businesses to stay closed or to reduce their service levels by at least 50%.

America is allowing this pandemic to drive our nation into the gutter both financially and psychologically. The MAGA prosperity boom of 2017-2019 is being undermined, apparently by a lot of marginally unnecessary regulations.

Having lived through several epidemics during my 82 years without across-the-board shutdowns and without vaccinations, I can’t help wondering if the NEW-Democrats now in power are doing the right thing. Their socialistic instincts have never worked for an extended period – whereas unrestricted free-enterprise always seems to work things out.

Frankly, this is not the kind of America I had planned to leave to my children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. But it is obviously being forced down our throats. And the NEW-Democrats are using quasi-Communist techniques, similar to Russia’s Lenin, to secure their long-term control of government.

Very sad! Very sad!

William Pauwels
William A. Pauwels, Sr. was born in Jackson Michigan to a Belgian, immigrant, entrepreneurial family. Bill is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and served in executive and/or leadership positions at Thomson Industries, Inc., Dow Corning, Loctite and Sherwin-Williams. He is currently CIO of Pauwels Private Investment Practice. He's been commenting on matters political/economic/philosophical since 1980.