You recently tweeted:
I guess if you have the Brussels/Frankfurt aversion to fiscal stimulus you end up in the same place as the Republicans and forced into the view that people need to die for “the economy.”
I can’t speak for Republicans, for I’m not (and never have been) one. But I can speak for myself, and I think also for many other lockdown opponents, when I decry your thoughtless mischaracterization of the motives and understanding of many of us who oppose continuation of the coercive suspensions of regular human commerce and engagement.
Specifically, we take offense at the impression you convey when you accuse us of believing that “people need to die for ‘the economy.’”
The economy is people – people producing, trading, cooperating, and consuming. Yet your wording