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kg21

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This money better be going to non-racist bridges, non-racist roads, and non-racist towns.

Wait a minute, how the hell are we going to spend any of the money?
 


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This money better be going to non-racist bridges, non-racist roads, and non-racist towns.

Wait a minute, how the hell are we going to spend any of the money?
In defense of the goodness of government......A lot of times the government doesn't really know the roads and bridges are racist until they are already built. But that is just a nice opportunity for a later stimulus package to tear them down and build more equitable bridges and roads.

The spending actually never costs anything and often cuts the deficit so that's good.

3.5 trillion = zero is the new math
 





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I'll go with whatever the CBO says.

And dismiss the "real facts" :ROFLMAO:
 


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His Policies...

And that tells the whole story.

Btw, we’re coming out of a pandemic…people that worked for a 2nd income have decided that they’re not going back, partially b/c of government subsidies and significant wages increases for low skill jobs,…and they can’t collect unemployment for that choice…thus…a worker supply issue and a boost to inflation. When inflation starts to cut into the standard of living, the complaints will come and people will be forced back to the 2nd income jobs.

His policies…
 

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Inflation is by far and wide due to supply issues. Those will be rectified.
 

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people that worked for a 2nd income have decided that they’re not going back,

It just chaps your hide that we can't force "those people" to work two or three jobs...

You can't make it up.
 






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Who is "allowing" businesses to reopen?

They chose to close down. Now they're choosing to reopen. That is, of course, by definition, a new job.
 

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And that tells the whole story.

Btw, we’re coming out of a pandemic…people that worked for a 2nd income have decided that they’re not going back, partially b/c of government subsidies and significant wages increases for low skill jobs,…and they can’t collect unemployment for that choice…thus…a worker supply issue and a boost to inflation. When inflation starts to cut into the standard of living, the complaints will come and people will be forced back to the 2nd income jobs.

His policies…
Since 1969. It's not all pandemic related. If TFG was in office you'd still be enjoying your cigarette after celebrating this.
 







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