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Republicans are to blame for not extending the $600 unemployment subsidies.
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Republicans are to blame for not extending the $600 unemployment subsidies.
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Shut up.
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RE: Republicans are to blame for not extending the $600 unemployment subsidies.
Both parties are failing the Covid Acid Test.

I never applied for the $1200 check, but those who received it should have been able to stock up on PPE with it, and pay up their rent or mortgage.

The next check should go directly to those essentials.

But neither the congress not the president have done an emergency appropriation for domestic PPE manufacturing.

They still need to do that(6 billion masks, half a billion face shields for starters.)

And they should do something to insure that other bailout money is spent first on rent and mortgage payments.

A homeless crisis during a Covid pandemic PLUS a FLU PANDEMIC is what this fall and winter are shaping up to become.

There is no such thing as sovereign debt. Reinstate Greenbacks.
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RE: Republicans are to blame for not extending the $600 unemployment subsidies.
Luvapottamus  Wrote: (08-01-2020 03:33 AM)
Both parties are failing the Covid Acid Test.

I never applied for the $1200 check, but those who received it should have been able to stock up on PPE with it, and pay up their rent or mortgage.

The next check should go directly to those essentials.

But neither the congress not the president have done an emergency appropriation for domestic PPE manufacturing.

They still need to do that(6 billion masks, half a billion face shields for starters.)

And they should do something to insure that other bailout money is spent first on rent and mortgage payments.

A homeless crisis during a Covid pandemic PLUS a FLU PANDEMIC is what this fall and winter are shaping up to become.

This is complicated. You have a lot of things I would like to talk about.

However,

Succinctly...

USA needs to shut down for three weeks... I mean a serious shutdown.

Infections go down 95%.

Then we open up with testing and contact tracing.

We open up, and things go back to mostly normal.

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RE: Republicans are to blame for not extending the $600 unemployment subsidies.
I'm not making that money. I'm working.

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RE: Republicans are to blame for not extending the $600 unemployment subsidies.
Upside Down  Wrote: (08-01-2020 03:36 AM)
Luvapottamus  Wrote: (08-01-2020 03:33 AM)
Both parties are failing the Covid Acid Test.

I never applied for the $1200 check, but those who received it should have been able to stock up on PPE with it, and pay up their rent or mortgage.

The next check should go directly to those essentials.

But neither the congress not the president have done an emergency appropriation for domestic PPE manufacturing.

They still need to do that(6 billion masks, half a billion face shields for starters.)

And they should do something to insure that other bailout money is spent first on rent and mortgage payments.

A homeless crisis during a Covid pandemic PLUS a FLU PANDEMIC is what this fall and winter are shaping up to become.

This is complicated. You have a lot of things I would like to talk about.

However,

Succinctly...

USA needs to shut down for three weeks... I mean a serious shutdown.

Infections go down 95%.

Then we open up with testing and contact tracing.

We open up, and things go back to mostly normal.

Nah.

They shat the bed on contact tracing.

PPE first.

They can work on testing too, but waiting until you catch it to do anything is stupid.

My grocery store should be handing out Government Issue Made In America PPE.

The reason they aren't is both wings of the bird don't want to make it in the USA.

There is no such thing as sovereign debt. Reinstate Greenbacks.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vb5OQUElilo
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RE: Republicans are to blame for not extending the $600 unemployment subsidies.
Upside Down  Wrote: (08-01-2020 03:36 AM)
Luvapottamus  Wrote: (08-01-2020 03:33 AM)
Both parties are failing the Covid Acid Test.

I never applied for the $1200 check, but those who received it should have been able to stock up on PPE with it, and pay up their rent or mortgage.

The next check should go directly to those essentials.

But neither the congress not the president have done an emergency appropriation for domestic PPE manufacturing.

They still need to do that(6 billion masks, half a billion face shields for starters.)

And they should do something to insure that other bailout money is spent first on rent and mortgage payments.

A homeless crisis during a Covid pandemic PLUS a FLU PANDEMIC is what this fall and winter are shaping up to become.

This is complicated. You have a lot of things I would like to talk about.

However,

Succinctly...

USA needs to shut down for three weeks... I mean a serious shutdown.

Infections go down 95%.

Then we open up with testing and contact tracing.

We open up, and things go back to mostly normal.

Everybody who is afraid of getting it just needs to hold their breath for half an hour.

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RE: Republicans are to blame for not extending the $600 unemployment subsidies.
Strategos  Wrote: (08-01-2020 03:39 AM)
I'm not making that money. I'm working.

Yep, working 6 days a week all through it.
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RE: Republicans are to blame for not extending the $600 unemployment subsidies.
Actually its both the republicans and democrats that dont give a f*#k about you

Steny Hoyer already said they would agree with the republicans and dems werent $600 or bust
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Soul  Wrote: (08-01-2020 03:41 AM)
Actually its both the republicans and democrats that dont give a f*#k about you

Steny Hoyer already said they would agree with the republicans and dems werent $600 or bust

i play a character here, a democrat/liberal character.

also, i think that America is ruled by Oligarchs, not different than Russia.

Rich rule everything.

Rich are in lockdown right now.

They won't even leave their houses.

I wonder what they would do if we don't deliver their food to them.

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RE: Republicans are to blame for not extending the $600 unemployment subsidies.
Paying people more to stay home then they'd get if they worked is just plain stupid.
Covid is a none issue in most places.
How many people per 100,000 have it in the county where you live?
If masks work, why are you worried? Wear your mask and get a job.
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RE: Republicans are to blame for not extending the $600 unemployment subsidies.
Luvapottamus  Wrote: (08-01-2020 03:33 AM)
Both parties are failing the Covid Acid Test.

I never applied for the $1200 check, but those who received it should have been able to stock up on PPE with it, and pay up their rent or mortgage.

The next check should go directly to those essentials.

But neither the congress not the president have done an emergency appropriation for domestic PPE manufacturing.

They still need to do that(6 billion masks, half a billion face shields for starters.)

And they should do something to insure that other bailout money is spent first on rent and mortgage payments.

A homeless crisis during a Covid pandemic PLUS a FLU PANDEMIC is what this fall and winter are shaping up to become.

Um.... you didn't need to "apply" for it. If you paid taxes in the last two years you GOT it. Either as a direct deposit or a check. (Of course there have been f*#k ups, but almost everyone I know of got theirs automatically.)

The first one I got went to one month's mortgage. The second will likely do the same. And that's how it is for the vast majority of Americans.

You are right about the fall and winter. Crumbs aren't going to do it right now. We're looking at dire economic catastrophe in very short order if the GOP won't quit playing games with American lives and trying to suck every last penny for themselves. I really don't understand why they would behave this way. It's incredibly foolish in an election year... unless they think they've got the fix in the bag.

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RE: Republicans are to blame for not extending the $600 unemployment subsidies.
Upside Down  Wrote: (08-01-2020 03:36 AM)
Luvapottamus  Wrote: (08-01-2020 03:33 AM)
Both parties are failing the Covid Acid Test.

I never applied for the $1200 check, but those who received it should have been able to stock up on PPE with it, and pay up their rent or mortgage.

The next check should go directly to those essentials.

But neither the congress not the president have done an emergency appropriation for domestic PPE manufacturing.

They still need to do that(6 billion masks, half a billion face shields for starters.)

And they should do something to insure that other bailout money is spent first on rent and mortgage payments.

A homeless crisis during a Covid pandemic PLUS a FLU PANDEMIC is what this fall and winter are shaping up to become.

This is complicated. You have a lot of things I would like to talk about.

However,

Succinctly...

USA needs to shut down for three weeks... I mean a serious shutdown.

Infections go down 95%.

Then we open up with testing and contact tracing.

We open up, and things go back to mostly normal.

If you compare Spain and Sweden, 2 polar opposites in how they responded to the outbreak the data from both is pretty similar.. the Spanish are just having another look at their numbers and they no seem consistent with the UKs numbers which would mean that Spain with it's strict lockdown was hit harder than the UK.

the current track and trace is actually showing that most infections are coming from the home or medical but they still can not account for 50% of the cases... and this was the issue the first time around they can not track all cases, and even though they have really ramped up the track and trace it is not making any difference.

This might actually mean that even the worlds best track and trace will not be effective as my best guess (at the moment) is that we still do not know all transmission routes and thus are not in a position to actually block the 2nd phase that is evolving..
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RE: Republicans are to blame for not extending the $600 unemployment subsidies.
Upside Down  Wrote: (08-01-2020 03:28 AM)
Democrats had the legislation ready two months ago.

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