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20 minutes ago, abenjami said:

 

Rebate is the wrong word.  This is a handout to the poor.

 

The poor? Any individual making $75K or less and couple making $150K or less will get the full $1200. How is that poor?

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Some quick math shows how much unneccessary waste is put into this relief package. Americans should be furious with all involved in passing this bill.

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15 minutes ago, Former_Fan said:

Some quick math shows how much unneccessary waste is put into this relief package. Americans should be furious with all involved in passing this bill.

 

like what? Obviously both sides added stuff they wanted and caved on others. What are you specifically referring to?

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7 minutes ago, oldschool said:

 

like what? Obviously both sides added stuff they wanted and caved on others. What are you specifically referring to?

 

Everything besides cash in the hands of Americans. This should be viewed as emergency money. Many people are suddenly out of work. This should have passed quickly, and unanimously. 

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5 minutes ago, Former_Fan said:

 

Everything besides cash in the hands of Americans. This should be viewed as emergency money. Many people are suddenly out of work. This should have passed quickly, and unanimously. 

 

Who employs american workers? Bailouts for corporations absolutely had to be on there. Also how can you say the additional funds for Hospitals and state and local governments shouldn't have been in the bill?

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32 minutes ago, oldschool said:

 

Who employs american workers? Bailouts for corporations absolutely had to be on there. Also how can you say the additional funds for Hospitals and state and local governments shouldn't have been in the bill?

 

While I do agree these are essential, I feel these should have been done separately as to not stall cash relief for American citizens.

 

I have no problem with funding for state and local governments, hospitals etc on this bill, but the corporate bailouts are a little more complex and honestly time consuming to see who actually needs it and who doesn't.  Sorry, but I can't sympathize with some of these multi billion dollar corporations who have made plenty of profit to float themselves for a few months if necessary.

 

This is about average people who are suddenly out of work and need the assistance. 

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1 hour ago, Starkiller said:


You had no problem with increasing the debt to give tax cuts to the wealthy...

 

Yes I did, since they did not offset with reduced spending.

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2 hours ago, Little Earl said:

 

The shitty part is it just brings us closer to the point when our national debt will cause significant problems.

History will look back at Trump’s 4 years as one of the most disastrous economic timeframes in American history. The ripples are huge. That tax bill is looking incredibly foolish right now. 
 

Trump expanded our debt to 1 trillion+ a year without the tax bill or all of these stimulus packages. 
 

Between golf, deficit, and economic benchmarks, it’s incredible that Trump was a Populous reaction to Obama, yet will end up being worse in all of the areas Trump criticized him. 
 

 

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1 hour ago, Former_Fan said:

 

While I do agree these are essential, I feel these should have been done separately as to not stall cash relief for American citizens.

 

I have no problem with funding for state and local governments, hospitals etc on this bill, but the corporate bailouts are a little more complex and honestly time consuming to see who actually needs it and who doesn't.  Sorry, but I can't sympathize with some of these multi billion dollar corporations who have made plenty of profit to float themselves for a few months if necessary.

 

This is about average people who are suddenly out of work and need the assistance. 

 

you want congress to collaborate on multiple bailout bills? both sides know the more bills they have to pass make each subsequent one harder. This one had to be large enough in case the other ones never get off the ground. McCarthy is already making noise about not needing further bills.

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2 minutes ago, oldschool said:

 

you want congress to collaborate on multiple bailout bills? both sides know the more bills they have to pass make each subsequent one harder. This one had to be large enough in case the other ones never get off the ground. McCarthy is already making noise about not needing further bills.

 

Emergency state and local funding shouldn't require a bill under a state of emergency. 

 

The other stuff being thrown in is bullshit. If they have to make two separate bills so be it.

 

The government is supposed to work for us, so if they have to put in extra time, then that is their job. All this back in forth over things irrelevant to financial aid for American citizens is disgusting. 

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52 minutes ago, Former_Fan said:

 

Emergency state and local funding shouldn't require a bill under a state of emergency. 

 

The other stuff being thrown in is bullshit. If they have to make two separate bills so be it.

 

The government is supposed to work for us, so if they have to put in extra time, then that is their job. All this back in forth over things irrelevant to financial aid for American citizens is disgusting. 

 

This is the most partisan congress on record and they took over a week to get this one passed. Put aside what you think our government is supposed to be and come back to reality. I also haven't seen you really dissect what shouldn't be in the bill. you are bitching just to bitch at this point.

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