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Response to sandensea (Original post)

Mon Jun 29, 2020, 11:02 PM

1. Hoping people will take time to consider how life would be right now had Macri stayed in office!

It would have become total chaos by now, no doubt!

He would have been horrible at trying to cope with this catastrophe. There is no way he could have come remotely close to the results achieved by President Fernández,

It was great getting to see the numbers, comparison to other countries. Stunning. Hope the citizens will take the time to study the difference between Argentina, and what the hell Trump has done to the U.S., Bolsonaro to Brazil, etc. This kind of intensity is really separating the men from the boys, or "the wheat from the chaff."

The stats on population of city vs. rural is amazing. I just checked for numbers, saw that Buenos Aires metro is almost twice as large as NYC. Holy Moly! It's amazing 90% of the pandemic seems to be focused right there.

Sure sounds as if the President has been handling things very well, so much more proficient than we will ever experience here this year.

Thanks for the valuable information. It's a lot to think about!

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