The outcry against the Missouri Guv for canceling the "stimmy" has been furious.

A brief look at the online debate calls it:




On the other side of the equation . . .

Everybody is tired of waiting 45 minutes at Denny's for "Moons Over My Hammy" and a cup of day old coffee.

And so people must die.

Or not. 

Reactionaries might suggest that workers are lazy and don't want to return to their gigs because of greed or lack of motivation. More astute denizens of the discourse realize that it's unrealistic to expect anyone to take a loss in revenue when they're getting paid more to stay home. Low wage workers deserve the same "profit motive" consideration as big biz.

Of course, there is, in fact, a great deal of hesitation to return to work . . . 

Axios: Employees grapple with re-entry anxiety as jobs call them back

Still, the job market beacons and, generally, the Missouri Guv has the support of most Republicans with this power move that basically ends the pandemic . . . For now.

Read more from both sides:

Hays Post: Get back to work - Missouri cuts off all federal pandemic jobless benefits

KSHB: Kansas Citians voice concerns about child care as Gov. Parson ends federal unemployment benefits

Newspaper: Missouri Gov. Parson’s unemployment decision will force thousands back into poverty

KMOV: 'We know the jobs are out there;' Parson to end federal unemployment assistance on June 12

KRCG: Democrats, Chamber of Commerce respond to federal unemployment benefit programs ending

New Yorker: GOP Governors End COVID Unemployment Benefits to Make People Go Back to Work

KMBC: New social anxiety? Local docs say hesitancy to return to normalcy is expected

Mother Jones: Republican Governors, Again, Turn Down Millions That Would Aid Their Own Constituents

Developing . . .