John,

Hereís the quick and dirty take of the U.S. Supreme Courtís two COVID-shot mandate decisions on Thursday: If one works for a private company with more than 100 employees, the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) may not order them to get jabbed with a COVID shot, but if youíre a health care worker at a health facility that receives Medicare and Medicaid funding, you can. Apparently, Americans cease to have bodily integrity and religious rights if they work at hospitals that serve Medicare and Medicaid patients, but not if they work for private companies. Thereís a word for that: incoherent.

— Anne Rose (RN-NP), Iowa

Volume XXVII - 2022

"Now In My 27th Year & Still Commenting Weekly, On The World's Daily Dose Of Lunacy"
In The InterNet's Longest Running Journal, Since January 1996.

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