Historians rightfully ridicule Roman excess in having a Caesar who made his horse a senator, and yet we have Califrutopia, which has gone even farther, in making a horse's ass its governor.
Apparently, Jackass-In-Chief Gabbin' Nuisance has confused himself with Caesar, in decreeing, ex deus, as if he possessed that power, that as of September 30th, all health care workers must be fully vaccinated for Kung Flu.
Good luck with that, Fucktard. You want a personal war, that's where it's going to start.
And worst case: I can be a practicing RN in an ER in Las Vegas or Phoenix in about 4 hours drive, and still fight this tooth and nail the other four days a week, without a hiccup.
And that's just on the legal side.
I've consulted the State's Constitution, and when last I looked, the governor's powers don't seem to include making medical decrees aimed at an entire class of employees, to mandate injection with an aborted fetus vaccine so experimental it's not even approved for use on animals, as if he were some sort of demi-god, let alone set aside all other personal Constitutional rights at the stroke of a pen or on a bong-fueled flight of whimsy. Not in this state, nor any state.
He's in for a wee bit of trouble over this level of shitheadedness, and it only remains to be seen whether it's from a pack of enraged Norma Raes, or a small army of Dorners, but either way, grab some popcorn. Because what you really want in a state with a decades-long nursing shortage, is to make a significant percentage unemployable, and/or flee the state in perpetuity. That's going to leave a mark.
This is the beginning of things, not the end, and his odds don't look too good for a man facing recall in a few months.
Maybe he just wants to go out in blaze of glory. Or a puff of red mist. I honestly can't tell. But he's definitely confused himself with some sort of deity, and that sort of sociopathy never ends well for any politician.
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