Tuesday, March 17, 2020


Being the governor of New York has got to be a frustrating gig for an egomaniac. How are you supposed to get your narcissism on when more people around the world know the name of the mayor of your state's largest city than know who you are?

Anyway, Governor Whatshisface was trying to get some ink over the fed .gov's response to the coronavirus situation:
"Every state doing their own thing, different cities doing their own thing, it's confusing, it's chaos," New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Monday night. "The federal government should come up, step in, and say this is what we're going to do. This is what we do in schools, this is what we do in businesses, here are the rules and then the states can adjust the rules to their particular circumstances."
One would think that, being a state governor, he'd know more about this stuff, but apparently not.

See, Governor...uh, whatever your name is, in the United States of America, the word "States" has a certain significance. A lot of things still fall under the purview of the states first and foremost, and public health is one of those things. The federal government largely still plays an advisory role here. So get out there and do your job, governor.