Quote: In this forum, those who've insulted my intelligence will deeply regret, and I know who they are. Example; Prior to our second/Summer Covid19 wave, several Texans in this forum were proudly waving their 60 deaths per 1M pop........Good Gorvernor, good governance/good policies/good preventive measures......yeah, right! Today's Texas Covid19 deaths per 1M pop; 1,208 Liberal Canada; 510 deaths per 1M pop Also back then, one Texan proudly compared U.S. and Canada's Case Fatality Rates, 3.5% versus 7.5%, thus, "We're doing better than they are'' in quotation. Well, today's U.S./Canada's Case Fatality Rates; U.S........1.67%...................1,305 deaths per 1M pop Canada........2.56%............510 deaths per 1M pop CFR, a difference of less than 1% and a difference of near 800 deaths per 1M pop Thus, which country has a better Covid19 report card, and why? Well, here's one reason among many; Canada didn't have a summer wave, WHY? Answer; Because their provinces have reopened their economies at a very low positivity rate. Trump's loyalists response; "Nothing Trump could have done......Seperation of Powers'' Well, Canadian provinces have more powers than the states. In fact, Canada is the only country in the world where its states have the legislative powers to overide a Supreme Court decision, and the last Federal power that was transferred to the provinces is minimum wage. Thus, compared to our Southern states, why Canadian provinces have waited several more weeks to reopen their economies? Seperation of Powers, or Science?