Thursday, April 09, 2020

KANSAS DOC TO POLITICOS AMID CORONAVIRUS: SHAME!!!

A bold pronouncement worth considering amid medical vs. constitutional debate . . . Read more:

'Shame!' Kansas' top doctor blasts lawmakers' override of limit on religious gathering size

TOPEKA, Kan. - The top doctor in the state of Kansas is steamed at legislators who voted to override Governor Laura Kelly's executive order limiting the size of religious gatherings to help stem the spread of the coronavirus. RELATED: Lawmakers overturn Gov. Kelly's order limiting religious worship size in Kansas "Nothing fun, nothing fancy.

25 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sometimes you just need to have natural selection run its course. Kansas is a shit show anyway, and other than a few metro areas, the state is half empty.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^You beat me to it. Darwin would approve!

Anonymous said...

Doctors killed my mom. And they tried to use my dad for the Bills...but a TV lawyer sued their assets!

Anonymous said...

9:58 those of us in the "empty" areas will just have to struggle along. So stay away. You don't want to come here. We sure envy you people in the big city! So don't bother to come here.

Anonymous said...

^^Yea, with all your cow fucking, opioid OD's, and religious zealotry..sounds great. and you really are envious because you're spending your day on a blog about the big city so fuck off rube. You played yourself. Too easy.

Anonymous said...

This blog is about the big city? Murder, rape, disease and drug dealers fucking up kids? Damn, you really are stupid aren't you?

Anonymous said...

10:30 was Triggered! LOL!

Anonymous said...

Doctors think only they are allowed to play God.

Anonymous said...

Let's face it the Repubs are against abortions but not for health care sort of a flip flop brain flop

Kansas Scout said...

The Constitution of the United States of America and it's Bill of Rights is not optional. The Third Amendment to the Constitution is completely clear. Article the third... Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
We are NOT China or Soviet Russia where your rights are walked on daily. If people refuse to act sensibly it's on them. We are NOT in a Camp to be subjected to the whims of politicians or Physicians on a God trip.

Anonymous said...

^^Agreed. They are on a God trip.
If Fauci doesn't want anyone to shake hands any longer, does that mean people cannot have sex any more either?

Anonymous said...

^^well you never did so.....

Anonymous said...

The third amendment???

Go back to school.

Hint, if you're going to copy and paste, use the actual constitution and bill of rights text, not a states draft version that make you look stupid.

BTW, which in-person Easter service are you attending?

Anonymous said...

Yes, one can not go to Heaven or maintain their religious lifestyle if they miss one mass. F'idiots

Anonymous said...

I think I'll decide when to exercise my constitutional rights, you others can continue to cower in place until you receive your vaccine and Dr. f decides it's ok for you venture out in maybe 18 months if we are lucky.

Anonymous said...

Most of you are going to Hell.

Mo Rage said...


Right Wing, Republican Party, religious, ignorant, now dangerous zealots.

The good news?

Thinning the gene pool!

Thanks, y'all!

Just keep that pandemic to yourselves.

Anonymous said...

It's foolish to think the current "you can't tell me to not go to church" crowd is really concerned about their perceived constitutional rights or their religious requirements. It's about their narrative that the government is evil, out to get them, and "no one tells them what to do". If it was really about their religion, they would be more concerned about loving their neighbor, which in this situation means doing what they can to help prevent their neighbor from catching this virus.

Anonymous said...

What happened to basic Christian tenets like compassion, caring for others, and helping the sick and poor?

The Kansas GOP believes Christianity stands for selfishness and not caring about getting other sick or causing death. The is the lowest of lows for Republicans.

Judgment Day will be tough for them. However, we don't have to wait for that ultimate day. We can exercise our own judgment at the polls this November. We need to be sure that will be swift and severe to those that have endangered all of us.

Anonymous said...

The GOP claimed to be pro-life before they were against it.

Talk about a flip-flop.

Anonymous said...

The Death Panels convene on Sunday at your local house of worship.

Be sure to check in early to get a seat. Trump and your local GOP wants them packed.

Anonymous said...

he could have been more persuasive by bring less sanctimonious himself.

Anonymous said...

COVIDIOTS

Anonymous said...

Please get an articulate clergyman to work with you and outline the theological imperative of civic-minded public health. Or a trio of denominations, including Catholic.

The theological case is strong, do make it.

Anonymous said...

How about an opened minded compromise and let only the mosques be open.