At first I thought, they aren't. It was an African woman in Nairobi talking about how she has trouble getting her condoms. Because of Trump.
That beats all. He's been in office ten days and the supply of condoms in Kenya has been cut off. Now, that is power!
OK, forgive the snarky. I realize this poor woman is probably married and already has a number of children and wants to practice family planning. Of course she should. And she should get them from the health clinic.
But . . .
at what point in time did it become the responsibility of the United States government to supply her condoms? Why doesn't Kenya's government?
Oh, they are too poor, you say. Really? Why are they poor? Too poor to help with health needs as small as condoms? Apparently yes, and food in…