Woke up this morning thinking that what is needed now in this country is a compelling vision. Something that is bigger than all of us. Something that is more powerful than all the bickering that is going on. Something that will cause us to look deep inside of ourselves, tap into the genius that is there, and bring it forward. Mistakes have been made. And, yes, we will make more. But, as long as we are moving in the direction of that great vision of what America could be, what we could be, the mistakes can be forgiven. It is time to tell a new story and stop regurgitating the of the problems of the past. I am not who I was 20 years ago. This country is not what it was 200 years ago. It is and will be what we make it. Let us remember our "branding," which is these words, "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness."
Dave is LIVE in 5!
13,588,764 IMMUNE !!
That's 412 people per 10,000 immune vs. 8 people per 10,000 who have gone to their great reward. (That's nearly 52 to 1 according to data from Johns Hopkins).
I feel the need to celebrate the number of immune people in America instead of lamenting the number of those who have passed. Goodness knows we get enough information, every moment, on how many people have been infected.
Look over my numbers and give feedback, fact checks, and any additional information I can add to my posts. Especially if you discover I'm full of Schiff.
Give Thanks. Gratitude keeps us sane.
P.S. The highly regarded Falcon from Iowa pointed out the idea that the number of infections are reported as much lower than they are. How many times have you heard there are so many people walking around without symptoms? UNREPORTED! Well, they're immune too. I'll add my opinion that the number of deaths are highly OVER reported. But these are the numbers actually ...
Just walked through the entire mall without a mask. Yessssss.
A message from Dave.