Rosen: The case for taking the vaccine

Rosen: The case for taking the vaccine

The Denver Gazette ran an editorial cartoon recently by Michael Ramirez depicting a new arrival standing in the Heavenly clouds in front of a winged admissions officer, perhaps an angelic St. Peter. The man was bewildered about the cause of his death and God’s reaction to it, leading to his premature appearance the Pearly Gates. He said, “I had faith. I took Hydroxychloroquine and Ivermectin…Why has He forsaken me?” St. Peter replied, “We gave you an assortment of vaccines. What more do you want?” If I interpreted Ramirez correctly, his point was that while the drugs the man took to treat COVID have had some success (but obviously not for him), it’s even better not to contract it in the first place, which is the role of the vaccine. Click to enlarge I should also note that Michael Ramirez is absolutely brilliant in his craft and stands out as the preeminent, syndicated conservative editorial cartoonist in the country, and the Denver Gazette editorial stance is proudly conservative and libertarian-leaning as am I, and we’ve both encouraged people to take the vaccine, as have other columnists in Complete Colorado. Most Americans have done just that, and it’s one of the few things, in these divisive times, about which a majority of Americans of all political persuasions agree. Many prominent Democrats and liberals publicly opposed the vaccine when Donald Trump was president simply because an election was coming up and they didn’t want him to get the credit for it. They […]

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