Friday, February 19, 2021

Texas: Where Caveman Ethics Rule

The mayor of Colorado City, Texas wrote a Facebook post saying it wasn't his responsibility to take care of anyone suffering in the cold and dark without power or water.

This clown actually wrote, "The strong will survive and the weak will perish.... Sink or swim, it's your choice."

In his typo-ridden post made Tuesday morning, Tim Boyd wrote, “Only the strong will survive and the weak will parish.” He also said he was “sick and tired” of people looking for handouts and that the current situation is “sadly a product of a socialist government....”

Boyd deleted his post but stood by the sentiments in a follow-up message. He also wrote that his original message was posted as a private citizen, not the mayor of Colorado City, saying he “had already turned in my resignation and had not signed up to run for mayor again."

"I was only making the statement that those folks that are too lazy to get up and fend for themselves but are capable should not be dealt a handout,” Boyd's follow-up post said.

What a plum stupid man, as they might say in Texas.

When will people in places like this realize that they have to vote for and pay for competent government and reliable infrastructure?

Here's a news video, so you can get a look at this imbecile.


IanR said...

Compare and contrast: Biden's response to this disaster with Trump's response to the Californian wild fires?

David Appell said...

Great point. Trump had no empathy whatsoever. Now watch Biden save Texans, many still in the dark, millions of whom are STILL suffering without water, food is low too.


low food supplies; video:

article on the food supply:

Thomas said...

Don't insult cavemen, there is evidence they took care of their weak.

David Appell said...