rfurlong wrote: ↑Mon Oct 19, 2020 9:58 pm
Blackrock Bullet wrote: ↑Mon Oct 19, 2020 9:52 pm
rfurlong wrote: ↑Mon Oct 19, 2020 9:47 pm
So the government is making a play to have some level of normality for Christmas .....
They also state that they will continue to lock down in response to high cases, and also open up the economy again as the (rhymes with brine) curve allows ....
Who'd have thunk it ?
Not you. You said so a couple of weeks ago. You didn’t support rolling lockdowns until the end of 2021.
But then your opinions change almost daily.
Here's what you said ....
Your contention here has been that they have doing a great job along with some bullshit about the sine curve and claiming the strategy is for hospitality to be open for Christmas.
When the rest of Europe follows suit, you'll come up with some other garbage to cover your tracks
Why am I even engaging with you ?
You said closing the restaurants was to ensure hospitality would have a Christmas.
Then the next week changed your mind and claimed you never wanted them closed.
Then when it looked like it might be working, changed your mind again.
And after I asked you if you were in favour of rolling lockdowns until the end of 2021 said “of course not”.
One week it’s save hospitality for Christmas, the next it’s that hospitality is not sustainable anyway and you always said it.
All on here, you bullshitter. And you had no interest in proper contact tracing, or criticising the people who failed to put such a system in. Instead you’re happy enough for hundreds of thousands to be thrown out of work and many businesses to go under. But they don’t pay tax
. A grade A bullshitter.