As someone who lives in MI and is hearing lots of these complaints, I've got some thoughts on this. Do you know why murder is illegal? Do you understand why we have a law on the books that makes murder illegal? Its because people kill other people. The chronology wasn't that everyone got along and no person ever killed another person or even thought about doing it but despite this, some overzealous law maker said well we'd better make it illegal to kill another person just in case it might happen sometime in the future. That ain't how it happened. People were killing other people so we NEEDED to make it illegal. If no person had ever murdered another person in the history of man, murder would not be illegal anywhere. The idea to make it illegal would never occur to anyone. So the Governor sees a need to create an EO mandating social distancing. Essential business' can stay open, people can still engage in recreational activities so long as those activities allow you to keep your distance from one another. Simple enough. And if that gotten it done, there would have been no need to impose any additional restrictions. But that didn't get it done. Boating is a great way to be outside with lots of distance between you and other people. If you live on the lake and your boat is tied up at your dock in your back yard, you can go out on the water and never get within 100' of another person. But the vast majority of Michigan boaters DO NOT live on the lake with their boat tied up at their own dock. Which means they need to use the boat ramp. Along with every other schmuck with a boat on a trailer. And while its entirely possible to use the boat ramp and stay at least 6' from other people the entire time, the fine citizens of our great state proved that large numbers of them were unable or unwilling to do that. Same with motorcycles. Get out on the road on your bike by yourself and you'll be isolated from everyone. But we don't like to ride alone, we like to do it in groups. And while we very easily keep distance from one another when we're going down the road, riding with a group of other bikers usually involves stopping with that group and hanging out somewhere. Again, entirely possible to still do that and keep distance from one another. But again, our actions showed we were unable or unwilling to do that. So do the increased restrictions suck? Sure do. But if I'm looking for someone to blame, I'm not pointing my finger at the Governor. She made it clear what needed to happen when the first order was signed. We the people were unable or unwilling to comply so guess what? More restrictions came. Shocking. People act they never had parents who made rules for them and then made more rules when they found a way to get around the first rule.