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Jul 31, 2020 20:44:44   #
Milosia2 Loc: Cleveland Ohio
 
The Senate just pushed the country off a cliff — and then headed for the hills
Credit: Gage Skidmore
Written by Cody Fenwick July 31, 2020
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Despite the pandemic-induced recession, millions of jobless Americans have been kept afloat by an uncharacteristically generous act of Congress. In addition to their state’s usual unemployment payments — usually a fraction of their previous wages — Americans have been eligible to receive and additional $600 a week, desperately needed support for people who saw their incomes crater.

But Republicans have been outraged that the payments were so generous, so they objected to legislation the Democrats passed in May to extend the program. They proposed a number of different ideas to extend the program on a more limited basis, but all these ideas came at the last minute and the GOP caucus couldn’t agree on a single plan. So on Friday, the program officially expires — meaning unemployed Americans who had been receiving a boost of $2,400 a month from the government will suddenly see those payments slashed to zero.



And now, the Senate has gone home for a long weekend.

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Jul 31, 2020 20:46:58   #
Milosia2 Loc: Cleveland Ohio
 
They seem to do every they can to live up to being....
The RepubliPIGs!!!!!

Not a peep from Emily Of any of her pals.
Just ho hum!
Yawn!

Too generous for the peasants but never for the elites.

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Jul 31, 2020 20:51:20   #
Milosia2 Loc: Cleveland Ohio
 
Socialism for the rich...
Fascism for the poor and now un employed.

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Jul 31, 2020 20:54:15   #
EmilyD
 
Milosia2 wrote:
They seem to do every they can to live up to being....
The RepubliPIGs!!!!!

Not a peep from Emily Of any of her pals.
Just ho hum!
Yawn!

Too generous for the peasants but never for the elites.


Here ya go:

The Democrats want jobless people to stay on the dole and be dependent on the government.

The Republicans want people to go back to work and be dependent on themselves.

Is that clear enough for you?

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Jul 31, 2020 20:56:20   #
Smedley_buzkill
 
Milosia2 wrote:
The Senate just pushed the country off a cliff — and then headed for the hills
Credit: Gage Skidmore
Written by Cody Fenwick July 31, 2020
2.3K
Despite the pandemic-induced recession, millions of jobless Americans have been kept afloat by an uncharacteristically generous act of Congress. In addition to their state’s usual unemployment payments — usually a fraction of their previous wages — Americans have been eligible to receive and additional $600 a week, desperately needed support for people who saw their incomes crater.

But Republicans have been outraged that the payments were so generous, so they objected to legislation the Democrats passed in May to extend the program. They proposed a number of different ideas to extend the program on a more limited basis, but all these ideas came at the last minute and the GOP caucus couldn’t agree on a single plan. So on Friday, the program officially expires — meaning unemployed Americans who had been receiving a boost of $2,400 a month from the government will suddenly see those payments slashed to zero.



And now, the Senate has gone home for a long weekend.
The Senate just pushed the country off a cliff — a... (show quote)

Their normal recess is the entire month. This time they are only taking a week. The House remains in session, not that they will get anything done.

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Jul 31, 2020 21:00:31   #
Smedley_buzkill
 
Milosia2 wrote:
Socialism for the rich...
Fascism for the poor and now un employed.


Facism for the masses is a frequent result of Socialism for the rich; a fact that most Liberals have trouble understanding in their quest for a nanny government. You cannot have a Socialist government when you encourage unemployment. Paying $15 hour for bullshit entry level jobs that are disappearing because small businesses cannot afford to pay unskilled labor that much. Unemployment checks that pay more than your job does. Would YOU go back to work?

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Jul 31, 2020 21:18:04   #
maximus Loc: Chattanooga, Tennessee
 
Milosia2 wrote:
The Senate just pushed the country off a cliff — and then headed for the hills
Credit: Gage Skidmore
Written by Cody Fenwick July 31, 2020
2.3K
Despite the pandemic-induced recession, millions of jobless Americans have been kept afloat by an uncharacteristically generous act of Congress. In addition to their state’s usual unemployment payments — usually a fraction of their previous wages — Americans have been eligible to receive and additional $600 a week, desperately needed support for people who saw their incomes crater.

But Republicans have been outraged that the payments were so generous, so they objected to legislation the Democrats passed in May to extend the program. They proposed a number of different ideas to extend the program on a more limited basis, but all these ideas came at the last minute and the GOP caucus couldn’t agree on a single plan. So on Friday, the program officially expires — meaning unemployed Americans who had been receiving a boost of $2,400 a month from the government will suddenly see those payments slashed to zero.



And now, the Senate has gone home for a long weekend.
The Senate just pushed the country off a cliff — a... (show quote)



You MUST be talking about the pork barrel money that even Pelosi' s husband got! Yep! Democrat millionaires
drawing relief money. That's OK though...isn't it?

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Jul 31, 2020 22:07:13   #
ldsuttonjr Loc: ShangriLa
 
Milosia2 wrote:
The Senate just pushed the country off a cliff — and then headed for the hills
Credit: Gage Skidmore
Written by Cody Fenwick July 31, 2020
2.3K
Despite the pandemic-induced recession, millions of jobless Americans have been kept afloat by an uncharacteristically generous act of Congress. In addition to their state’s usual unemployment payments — usually a fraction of their previous wages — Americans have been eligible to receive and additional $600 a week, desperately needed support for people who saw their incomes crater.

But Republicans have been outraged that the payments were so generous, so they objected to legislation the Democrats passed in May to extend the program. They proposed a number of different ideas to extend the program on a more limited basis, but all these ideas came at the last minute and the GOP caucus couldn’t agree on a single plan. So on Friday, the program officially expires — meaning unemployed Americans who had been receiving a boost of $2,400 a month from the government will suddenly see those payments slashed to zero.



And now, the Senate has gone home for a long weekend.
The Senate just pushed the country off a cliff — a... (show quote)


Ho hum! The Government was never formed to feed the electorate! Especially now that it is bankrupt!

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Jul 31, 2020 22:08:09   #
mongo Loc: TEXAS
 
Milosia2 wrote:
The Senate just pushed the country off a cliff — and then headed for the hills
Credit: Gage Skidmore
Written by Cody Fenwick July 31, 2020
2.3K
Despite the pandemic-induced recession, millions of jobless Americans have been kept afloat by an uncharacteristically generous act of Congress. In addition to their state’s usual unemployment payments — usually a fraction of their previous wages — Americans have been eligible to receive and additional $600 a week, desperately needed support for people who saw their incomes crater.

But Republicans have been outraged that the payments were so generous, so they objected to legislation the Democrats passed in May to extend the program. They proposed a number of different ideas to extend the program on a more limited basis, but all these ideas came at the last minute and the GOP caucus couldn’t agree on a single plan. So on Friday, the program officially expires — meaning unemployed Americans who had been receiving a boost of $2,400 a month from the government will suddenly see those payments slashed to zero.



And now, the Senate has gone home for a long weekend.
The Senate just pushed the country off a cliff — a... (show quote)


The perfect solution for this problem is, get a job!
There is plenty of work out there if one really wants to support their
family instead of depending on government assistance.
If you disagree, maybe you should get a job as well.
But then again, only the brainless parasites think it's a good idea
to pay people to stay at home!

SEMPER FI

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Jul 31, 2020 22:16:09   #
Milosia2 Loc: Cleveland Ohio
 
ldsuttonjr wrote:
Ho hum! The Government was never formed to feed the electorate! Especially now that it is bankrupt!


Why does the government subsidize all the US Farming?

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Jul 31, 2020 22:17:40   #
Milosia2 Loc: Cleveland Ohio
 
mongo wrote:
The perfect solution for this problem is, get a job!
There is plenty of work out there if one really wants to support their
family instead of depending on government assistance.
If you disagree, maybe you should get a job as well.
But then again, only the brainless parasites think it's a good idea
to pay people to stay at home!

SEMPER FI


40 Million people out of work.
If they had work they wouldn’t be UNEMPLOYED!!!!!

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Jul 31, 2020 22:20:47   #
GmanTerry
 
EmilyD wrote:
Here ya go:

The Democrats want jobless people to stay on the dole and be dependent on the government.

The Republicans want people to go back to work and be dependent on themselves.

Is that clear enough for you?





Semper Fi

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Jul 31, 2020 22:52:07   #
Milosia2 Loc: Cleveland Ohio
 
Smedley_buzkill wrote:
Facism for the masses is a frequent result of Socialism for the rich; a fact that most Liberals have trouble understanding in their quest for a nanny government. You cannot have a Socialist government when you encourage unemployment. Paying $15 hour for bullshit entry level jobs that are disappearing because small businesses cannot afford to pay unskilled labor that much. Unemployment checks that pay more than your job does. Would YOU go back to work?


That’s a pure load of crap.
Did you just make all that chit up?
This was debunked by a recent study by Harvard.
Your argument doesn’t make any sense.
Who said you should pay $40,000 for a new truck?
Why are houses $200,000?
Why are utilities charging what they are?
But you sad sack only want to focus on the poor slob trying to feed his family knowing everything he does is stacked against him.
Is he really inconsequential?
Only seen as a hindrance for CEOs making more money?
As FDR once said” a necessitous man. Is not a free Man !”
Why do you keep protecting them??

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Jul 31, 2020 22:53:13   #
lpnmajor Loc: Arkansas
 
Milosia2 wrote:
The Senate just pushed the country off a cliff — and then headed for the hills
Credit: Gage Skidmore
Written by Cody Fenwick July 31, 2020
2.3K
Despite the pandemic-induced recession, millions of jobless Americans have been kept afloat by an uncharacteristically generous act of Congress. In addition to their state’s usual unemployment payments — usually a fraction of their previous wages — Americans have been eligible to receive and additional $600 a week, desperately needed support for people who saw their incomes crater.

But Republicans have been outraged that the payments were so generous, so they objected to legislation the Democrats passed in May to extend the program. They proposed a number of different ideas to extend the program on a more limited basis, but all these ideas came at the last minute and the GOP caucus couldn’t agree on a single plan. So on Friday, the program officially expires — meaning unemployed Americans who had been receiving a boost of $2,400 a month from the government will suddenly see those payments slashed to zero.



And now, the Senate has gone home for a long weekend.
The Senate just pushed the country off a cliff — a... (show quote)


Shows you who's welfare means the most to them, yes? We pay full salaries for part time workers....................and it's their employers who get the shaft every time.

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Jul 31, 2020 23:17:49   #
Auntie Dee
 
Milosia2 wrote:
That’s a pure load of crap.
Did you just make all that chit up?
This was debunked by a recent study by Harvard.
Your argument doesn’t make any sense.
Who said you should pay $40,000 for a new truck?
Why are houses $200,000?
Why are utilities charging what they are?
But you sad sack only want to focus on the poor slob trying to feed his family knowing everything he does is stacked against him.
Is he really inconsequential?
Only seen as a hindrance for CEOs making more money?
As FDR once said” a necessitous man. Is not a free Man !”
Why do you keep protecting them??
That’s a pure load of crap. br Did you just make a... (show quote)


A HARVARD STUDY??? Why bother reading it? We already know what it will conclude!

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