Posted By James Brown
Originally Posted by Richard Davis
In other words, if you couldn't be a lawyer any longer in order to take the measures that this country and other countries are taking are you willing to forego your career for this virus?
Maybe when all this is over, and it turns out that it wasn't the apocalypse that the left and the WORLD PRESS said it was, you can walk up to that guy or gal who lost their job as a waiter or waitress and who won't be getting it back because the restaurant owner had to close his doors, and tell them "I understand that you lost your job and your livelihood. I'm a lawyer and I just wanted you to know that I think it was worth it".
Yeah, do that, then come talk to me..
The economic hardship is worth it, because the very predictable economic hardship caused by a collapse of the health care system is so much worse. This is not saying that the economic hardship is not real and not devastating to a of of people in the services, hospitality, travel and many other industries. I am saying that the alternative is much worse.