@JustinWolfers
Justin Wolfers
a month ago
How did we end up here? This is madness.
@bubbaprog
Timothy Burke
a month ago
Florida Republicans now looking at rescinding measles & mumps vaccine requirements, while continuing to spread disinformation that the Covid vaccine isn't "proven to work"
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@metaquest
meta
a month ago
@JustinWolfers It's almost like they're trying to outdo each other in the who can be the worst person doing the most harm category of the Impress Trump At Any Cost sweepstakes. Horrifying disregard on every level.
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@Kyzel
๐Ÿ“ˆ Mac ๐Ÿ“‰
a month ago
@JustinWolfers Movement conservatism always ends in madness. Name one example in history when it hasn't.
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@adammscotch
Adam Scotch
a month ago
@JustinWolfers Said it before - Florida is the worst state.
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@asciglitano1
Anthony Sciglitano
a month ago
@JustinWolfers Right, "so, we are inconsistent on our vaccine talking points, how do we fix this"; "hey, I know, let's be truly consistent and get rid of all vaccination!"; "Genius"!
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@jasonemry
Jason Emry
a month ago
@JustinWolfers vaccines are being infected by disinformation. we need a vaccine vaccine. #dedisinformification
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@JLasaine
J. T. LaSaine
a month ago
@JustinWolfers โ€œWeโ€ got here by giving republican politicians every incentive to compete with each other to become more and more extreme, with little or no fear of *electoral* punishment.
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@enoughofthis4
enoughofthis*#
a month ago
@JustinWolfers Sad to say, but this was predictable as the polarization around mandates calcified.
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