Nah, they just usually get a boost in response to other parties reducing social programs on their turn, then when SocDems gain power they end up not getting much done at all. They're not actively harmful to their ideology, just disappointingly inefficient at going about it. People want quick resolutions, so they end up voting someone else the next time again.Let me guess: They keep demanding something in tune of their ideology but then vote against it, backstabbing the working class they are supposed to represent? Yeah, that sounds familiar.
How about a debate about how much wood a woodchuck would chuck given a woodchuck would chuck wood?
history will judge the coronavirus to have been widely mishandled. If different decisions were made things would have been much better. triage of economics, lives and political careers. what a world.
It'll still cost you, unless your home heating is already based on electric power or you live in Norway. Simple laws of power pricing.If you're heating your home anyway because it's still cold outside it's not even going to cost you, your house heating system will proportionally reduce, simple laws of thermodynamics.
It wouldn't make any difference, because it would be too late. Things explode because the health systems were constantly ground down in the past, a politician can't just conjure the required trained personnel and equipment out of thin air without wrecking another country's health system.because politicians don't care.
You'll be more optimistic when this is all over and you've gotten through it fine.
It does because the politicians continue to make mistakes over and over during the crisis.It wouldn't make any difference, because it would be too late.
People are human, they make mistakes, especially when under huge pressure to DO SOMETHING, and there are no effective quality checks in the process because *URGENCY*.It does because the politicians continue to make mistakes over and over during the crisis.
In France, the government massively ordered the wrong ventilators:
Une enquête de Radio France explique, ce jeudi 23 avril 2020, qu’une grande partie des appareils produits en urgence par des entreprises en France pourraient être inutilisables pour les malades du coronavirus.www.ouest-france.fr
Yes, moderators should move these posts.
Politicians don't send the order for machines to the manufacturer, nor are they the ones who decide which ones to order - they have consulting experts with knowledge in these fields that are supposed to take care of the details. You should be thankful that they wanted ventilators ordered at all instead of blaming them for the mistakes of others.In France, the government massively ordered the wrong ventilators:
Of course there's someone to blame for it, but we don't know who and for what exactly. Maybe someone really screwed it up, maybe it was just a secretary transposing some numbers in the product ID. The point is that this example is not exactly a political failure.So it's nobody's fault.
I sincerely hope not. The only way this could be the last pandemic for us is for it to kill us all off, which even as successful as this current one it isn't not quite that good at killing us. I hope this does lead to improved vaccine creation, and improved knowledge on how to treat it, and better ways to protect us all from it without decimating the economy.may this be the last pandemic