Wayne Salhany

  • signed coronavirus_petition 2020-04-09 21:01:39 -0400

    Sign the "Free America Now" Petition to Get America Working Again!

    Federal, state and local governments have effectively shut down huge portions of the U.S. economy and stifled the liberties of American citizens like few times in our history.

    Americans have lost TRILLIONS in the stock market, entire sectors of the economy are at risk, and we now face a HUGE spike in unemployment that will only escalate if the shutdown/lockdown continues. Plus, Congress is doing what it does best -- turning to government-centered answers and spending TRILLIONS of dollars that our nation simply doesn't have!

    It's time for the shutdown/lockdown to end before it's too late! That's why Grassfire has launched this Free America Now "GET AMERICA WORKING AGAIN" petition. Sign below and demand that local, state and federal officials stop the shutdown/lockdown and instead use measures that focus on protecting the most at-risk demographics and communities from COVID-19.

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    I'm calling on local, state, and national elected officials to FREE AMERICA NOW and "Get America Working Again." Although COVID-19 poses a very real health pandemic, the lockdown/shutdown measures also push all limits of government power even during an "emergency" and are a serious threat to our liberties. I'm signing the Free America Now " \GET AMERICA WORKING AGAIN" petition to call on an end to the oppressive "stay-at-home" orders and business and school shutdowns that are crippling our economy. Instead, government should use measures to contain the virus that focus on the most at-risk demographics and communities. Let's Free America Now and "Get America Working Again!"


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  • commented on coronavirus_costs 2020-04-08 21:37:29 -0400
    I must be skeptical by nature because the whole look and feel seemed designed to induce fear and anxiety. The danger seemed overblown. It still feels that way. I even heard skeptical views on the radio so I know I am not alone. But, then, again, maybe I live in an echo chamber. No, I don’t believe that either. So now, starting the second week of April, the hysteria is starting to dissipate. Not entirely, of course, but the look and feel has changed. I sense more optimism surrounding the idea that the virus will be conquered. The news seems to be shifting toward the dire economy we are now facing. Good luck, everybody! We are going to need it.