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Happened with lieutenant governor of Texas Dan Patrick people are expressing the need to balance priorities in the dumbest possible way but the overall point which is that obviously public policy takes into account both the risk to human life and the rest to economics which again is real life for millions of millions of people are waking up with a job today right that that is a that is a thing that we have to take into account now he puts that negotiate into the Washington post calls mommy seriously people called him a liberal and a white right wing not even a **** they threatens livelihoods families home polite people told him about their elderly parents who teach their grandchildren Latin music and produce more happiness in their golden years and most working people do in their entire careers I mean people are not trying to involved a full array of lawyer jokes of swelling green in the Holocaust you can make just how awful McMillan was from playing that old or infirm people should be put aside to allow America to get back to work McMillan told The Washington Post and not a cold hearted monster nature does this every so often wipes out a bunch of us been milling was not the first person to express the idea it's more important for the country to get back to work and it is to do everything possible to protect the elderly and the infirm in the interest political and personal struggle between doing whatever it takes to avoid a wicked sometimes lethal virus and doing what is needed to revive a suddenly dormant economy make notes we became a lightning rod so Washington post immediately jumped into the story instead of saying this is a random dude on Twitter is a dumb thing instead the Washington post's decided you know would be great we will call his mom E.