I wouldn’t be in Governor Carney’s shoes if you paid me 5 times his salary. Think of pleasing everyone with the difficult decisions he makes daily trying to protect his citizens of this state from getting the Coronavirus and from dying and having to see photos in the media of people protesting your decision.
All the while you have those protesting and parading about their rights to be in public, parade in large groups, yet not have the decency to wear a mask around others who might be the next victims of this deadly virus.
I didn’t mind seeing photos this week end of the triumpful protestors at the beach waving their signs and American flags but I was pissed watching them parade without any protective gear over their mouths while on the boardwalk, and certainly no respect for others walking together like rat packs.
Well, I’m sure under pressure from businesses, no doubt hurting from this shut down, and I know the majority of businesses in Delaware are small businesses, the Governor has relented sooner than he wished to open some businesses and allow public access to these establishments.
Our Governor has the best interest of the public that elected him and those who did not vote for him. In a perfect world he could make everyone happy, well maybe not, but elected officials have to sometimes make the tough call that goes against the grain of some, however right that call may be.
I am an elderly citizen with medical problems deemed dangerous with this virus. I along with many elderly like myself appreciate the governors conservative approach and will stand with him on his decision making.
That is unless he suggests we take Trumps recommended malaria drug and disinfectants. Then all bets are off.