Given recent policy proposals and votes, it is the only reasonable conclusion. The Teapubbies, for all their alleged “pro-life” stances, are aggressively pushing for regulatory changes that will result in sickness at best, and death at worst.
Example Number A: GOPee Senator Thom Tillis thinks it’s OK for the people who cook your food to have urine and feces on their hands. Really:
“And at that time we were sitting back at a table that was near the restrooms and one of the employees just came out. She said: ‘For example, don’t you believe that this regulation that requires this gentleman to wash his hands before he serves your food is important and should be on the books?’”
“I said: ‘As a matter of fact, I think it’s one that I can [use to] illustrate the point,’” he remarked. “I said: ‘I don’t have any problem with Starbucks if they choose to opt out of this policy as long as they post a sign that says “We don’t require our employees to wash their hands after leaving the restroom,”’” he recalled, as the audience chuckled. “The market will take care of that.’”
This even though the evidence has long shown the importance of sanitation:
A March 2012 Centers for Disease Controls and Prevention study of over 400 restaurants throughout the US found that “12 percent of food workers said they had worked when they were sick with vomiting or diarrhea.” The ill workers turned up to work, the CDC found, because of “pressure to do so,” and, possibly, due to a “need for income.”
Example Letter 2: The “Republican” party is full of anti-vaxxers, and as all non-idiot people know, vaccines are good things that save a s***load of lives. Another case of Teapubbies encouraging death and illness.
The common element among all these examples is: Teapubbies take pro-death and pro-illness positions time after time, from encouraging environmental contamination to making sure people die by denying medical care. The GOPee loves death and sickness.
Mr.Blunt and Cranky