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saltwn 04-20-2020 06:29 PM

Senate has no deal on the next coronavirus relief bill, but sets up possible Tuesday
 
Senate has no deal on the next coronavirus relief bill, but sets up possible Tuesday vote

oh what will wonder wizard and punkin puss come up with next
a bail out for big oil

again? :rolls
don't tell me let me guess
wanna know why we don't manufacture stuff any more? our entire economy is tied to west texas crude.

and on a side note a 12 hundred dollar gift to seniors was rediculous and a one time sum to workers now unemployed was woefully inadequate.
the unemployment checks held up due to nobody learns that kind of coding anymore and state systems are overwhelmed.
oh and of course po is gonna go broke cuz refusal to help them
and the no watchdog sentiment let the big companies take all the money designated for small businesses.
what a great country eh? :thumbsup

AZRWinger 04-21-2020 09:25 AM

Re: Senate has no deal on the next coronavirus relief bill, but sets up possible Tues
 
Small businesses suffer while Queen Nancy shows off her supply of expensive chocolate including ice cream stored in a freezer that costs more than a lot of family cars. Reloading the small business relief fund is held hostage to Democrats demands to spend even more on pet projects. But hey, Princess Nancy has her chocolate. :rolls

Remember when the Resistance media turned Trump having an extra scoop of ice cream into a national scandal? Yep. But Nancy Pelosi's arrogant display of wealth and privilege while refusing to do her job as Speaker displays her empathy for the worker. :rolls

saltwn 04-21-2020 11:35 PM

Re: Senate has no deal on the next coronavirus relief bill, but sets up possible Tues
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by AZRWinger (Post 987184)
Small businesses suffer while Queen Nancy shows off her supply of expensive chocolate including ice cream stored in a freezer that costs more than a lot of family cars. Reloading the small business relief fund is held hostage to Democrats demands to spend even more on pet projects. But hey, Princess Nancy has her chocolate. :rolls

Remember when the Resistance media turned Trump having an extra scoop of ice cream into a national scandal? Yep. But Nancy Pelosi's arrogant display of wealth and privilege while refusing to do her job as Speaker displays her empathy for the worker. :rolls

no gd oversite and bigger companies pilfering from the fund is why small businesses couldn't get any money. it ran out. one firm was shamed into returning it but that's just one company.
whats the administration and Congress' answer? give away MORE money to bigguns that WE have to pay back.
meanwhile, you bet yer sweet azz democrat and republican politicians on the hill and trumpkins gonna cut some from that bundle. :mad

pjohns 05-10-2020 05:41 PM

Re: Senate has no deal on the next coronavirus relief bill, but sets up possible Tues
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by saltwn (Post 987177)
oh what will wonder wizard and punkin puss come up with next. [Bold added]

One of the least endearing things about President Trump (in my opinion) is his continual ridiculing of others (even using third-grade rhetoric to do so).

Why would you imagine that it is any more endearing for you to do so?

Quote:

Originally Posted by saltwn (Post 987177)
wanna know why we don't manufacture stuff any more? our entire economy is tied to west texas crude.

Would you say that the American economy is "tied to [W]est [T]exas crude" more than it was back when the US actually did a considerable amount of manufacturing?

If not, then what is the force of your argument?

jimbo 05-10-2020 07:05 PM

Re: Senate has no deal on the next coronavirus relief bill, but sets up possible Tues
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by saltwn (Post 987177)
Senate has no deal on the next coronavirus relief bill, but sets up possible Tuesday vote

oh what will wonder wizard and punkin puss come up with next
a bail out for big oil

again? :rolls
don't tell me let me guess
wanna know why we don't manufacture stuff any more? our entire economy is tied to west texas crude.

and on a side note a 12 hundred dollar gift to seniors was rediculous and a one time sum to workers now unemployed was woefully inadequate.
the unemployment checks held up due to nobody learns that kind of coding anymore and state systems are overwhelmed.
oh and of course po is gonna go broke cuz refusal to help them
and the no watchdog sentiment let the big companies take all the money designated for small businesses.
what a great country eh? :thumbsup

We don't manufacture stuff any more because unions have priced out of the labor market and government has placed restrictions so onerous on businesses that in many cases it's impossible to meet them. Trump has/had nothing to do with that.

The rest of your post is typical in that I cannot translate into meaningful English.

saltwn 05-10-2020 08:28 PM

Re: Senate has no deal on the next coronavirus relief bill, but sets up possible Tues
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by pjohns (Post 987920)
One of the least endearing things about President Trump (in my opinion) is his continual ridiculing of others (even using third-grade rhetoric to do so).

Why would you imagine that it is any more endearing for you to do so?



Would you say that the American economy is "tied to [W]est [T]exas crude" more than it was back when the US actually did a considerable amount of manufacturing?

If not, then what is the force of your argument?

one: so you like mcconnel and pelosi? sorry for the slight then.

two: our dollar is tied to oil, not gold. further manipulation has brought us where we are.

pjohns 05-11-2020 03:57 PM

Re: Senate has no deal on the next coronavirus relief bill, but sets up possible Tues
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by saltwn (Post 987925)
one: so you like mcconnel and pelosi?

Why would you join them at the hip? (I much prefer McConnell to Pelosi--to say the least.)

Quote:

Originally Posted by saltwn (Post 987925)
two: our dollar is tied to oil, not gold. further manipulation has brought us where we are.

You still did not answer the question: Why would you declare that the US economy is tied to West Texas crude oil more than it was when the US did a considerable amount of manufacturing?


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