Letter to local paper about a column by a state senator about women leaving the work-force.

Hi Amanda,

Very interesting about the women leaving the work-force. It’s almost like turning back the hands of time to where there was less crime and more neighborliness, not to mention either less materialism or more prosperity that allows women to be the primary caregiver for their children. There’s obviously no lack of jobs available. 

Another thing: As noted in my column, the CDC has posted a decrease in deaths by all causes this year. If the pandemic was serious enough to send vast quantities of wealth from individuals and small businesses to giant retailers, wouldn’t there be more people dying? The blame lies on the government, not the pandemic.

Much of the boom of the 50s was the result of pent-up demand from FDR’s Great Depression and his World War 2. The government didn’t need to do all these things such as recommended by Iowa’s Economy Recovery Advisory Board.

As Henry David Thoreau said:  “Government never of itself furthered any enterprise, but by the alacrity with which it got out of its way.” 

Fritz Groszkruger

2 responses to “Letter to local paper about a column by a state senator about women leaving the work-force.

  1. Yes, well stated.

    You wrote, “ … turning back the hands of time to where there was less crime and more neighborliness.” On a per capita basis, is this true? Or is it that the media (cable news shows, social media, and Internet websites) instantly report, dramatize, and even glorify every crime situation and all in an effort to serve various agendas?

    As to the fake pandemic, would people really need a PCR test, with sky high cycle thresholds, to tell them they are sick?

    • Yep. Like deaths by cancer blamed on environmental factors. Who really knows what is reporting accuracy or actual links. Who knows if it is a gun shot or the covid got him before he bleed out.

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