NYC Vaccine Mandate for City Workers Declared Unconstitutional
On the grounds of separation of power.
Thank you, Chad LaVeglia!
Now let’s please vote our state governor and Attorney General and their rotten isolation camps the hell out!!!
I am personally tired of living in a totalitarian city. We are all strong and all, but this is tiresome.
And I would be the last person on this planet to care about any politician. (As a Soviet expat, I am cynical about all elections and political slogans.) However, I am really tired of living in a totalitarian city!!
And I do very well remember being treated like a dog by a bartender, on my birthday last year, for being “vermin.” I have not forgotten. On that evening, I was merely trying to wait in the empty lobby, without any ambition to trespass on their precious segregated grounds—and the aspiring nazi-minded bartender really didn’t have to be sadistic. I am always focusing on the positive, always, but it was disgusting and abusive, and I have not forgotten.
So, despite the fact that the Fourth Industrial Revolution is marching forward, I am thrilled that at least this mandate has been tossed out. Human beings have a lot of power when we remember our souls, when we are not scared.
PS. The City has filed a Notice of Appeal on the same day!!
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