I’m amazed at what passes for leadership. I know often time when you compare something new to what you have and what you have is pretty horrible, and getting worse everyday, that new thing can really seem shinning, bright and better. But Andrew Cumeo is not the bright shining toy, he’s just the opposite.
Just pull out 30,000 feet and all you see is an arrogant asshole. who’s never had to worry about where his next meal was coming from. He’s never had to worry about making a mortgage payment. Never had to tell his girls no, because he just couldn’t afford the thing they were dreaming of.
This man has lived on the high side of government welfare for the majority of his adult life. He was (I really want to say “literally”) born with a silver spoon in his mouth.
The answer he gave demonstrated no empathy at all for people who are scared and desperate and just want to go back to work. They’re not looking to kill him or members of their community. They’re not looking to kill themselves. I imagine, they’re looking to responsibly emerge back into the marketplace, understanding the dynamics and aware of the changing environment.
I’m assuming, he thought he was talking to Trump supporters, people who believe in gun ownership, who rally at state capitals demanding what, I don’t know. Those who drive pick up trucks and drink Budweiser beer. This is the only thing that could explain the dripping sarcasm running from his stupid mouth. But in fact, he was talking to a lot of different people from all walks of life. People in upstate New York, people in middle American, and throughout the south. Those from blue and red district.
He ask the question, “what’s worse than death” here’s the answer…
Object Poverty with no hope in sight.
Watching family members get addicted and dying from drugs because of hopelessness
How about total dependency on a hostile government that would love to give you a check and than tell you how to live, think and raise your children.
All of those things are worse than death.
The facts are the illness is not death. If you’re old, it’s possible death. If you’re suffering underlining conditions it’s possible death. The illness is the illness.
Basically, this is an example of someone who think he’s our better. Someone who think it’s appropriate to bully a reporter for asking an honest questions.
If this is the clown one thinks is the ideal leader, than like so many things in life, you should get exactly what you want, and get it good and hard!