However much past policy decisions were taken in good faith, they must now be reversed for the sake of human life. To dodge political accountability by invoking science is not leadership, it is cowardice.
Anyone who has dipped into Andrew Cuomo’s daily coronavirus press briefings knows that the New York governor relishes his variegated personae.
There is the ethnic Cuomo, who, we have learned repeatedly, enjoyed spaghetti and meatball Sunday dinners in his Queens childhood home.
Then we have Cuomo the family man, now belatedly bonding with his daughters as they shelter together in place, as we have also repeatedly learned............
Then there is Cuomo, the righteous champion of human life, berating the
Trump Administration for not immediately sending New York State 30,000
ventilators. “You pick the 26,000 people who are going to die!” he
exclaimed heatedly on April 23. (As it turned out, New York never used
the thousands of ventilators it had already stockpiled and it sent its
many surplus machines to other states, where the ventilators also sat
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