If you want proof that America is seriously out of balance, just compare these two news stories.
Late last week, thousands of people in cities across the US waited in lines for hours to get nourishment from food banks so they could feed their families.
On Friday, some people in Colorado waited in lines for up to 14 hours to buy food from the state’s first two In-N-Out Burger locations.
I’ve eaten In-N-Out burgers, which are quite good, and I know the pandemic has made many of us desperate to get out of the house, but fourteen hours? Sitting in your car? For food from restaurants that would still be open the next day, and the day after that?
You’d think they were handing out toilet paper with each purchase of a double-double.