Bailout / Stimulus Discussion

There will be bailouts.

Airlines
Cruise Ships
Hotels
Casinos!

Who else?

Cash payments to individuals over Nancy’s objection.

On the plus side, the banks seem…OK? Maybe post-crisis regulation worked.

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Don’t forget oil and nat gas companies.

Nationalise everything - corporates, housing - every damn thing.

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Thousands of dollars from the government is just icing on my getting-to-stay-home cake

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Banks already got their trillion and a half last week

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What’s going to happen when millions of people run out of money and don’t have a future paycheck in sight?

Cash directly to the people now please.

And they called me a fool to invest in garlicoin

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The cash payments to people is just cover for the massive corporate bailouts that are coming.

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Bloomberg on MSNBC at the moment talking about how the people need to be Working!!!

Now he’s saying that HIS company is ready to wfh, but the customers aren’t :grimacing:

To think that we let this guy come within 100 miles of the presidency

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Maybe…but I don’t think you realize how much people are hurting and are going to be hurting.

Let’s not screw this up because it’s not perfect or not enough.

Just get the $1000 to everyone and claw it back from people like me in the next tax year. Or just give me a write off to legitimate groups - food banks, stuff like that. This isn’t that hard.

MM MD

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Kamala has a plan





I suspect what should kick her out of VP discussion will guarantee Joe picks her though. My relentless optimism is hard at work today!

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Don’t agree with “ban buybacks,” though. Just let stupid companies that repurchase overpriced shares go bankrupt.

What, they don’t have a 6 month emergency fund? Someone should teach them financial literacy, IMO

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RNC is officially more progressive than the DNC. Not really that surprising. :man_shrugging:

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She’s got a plan for everything but what is right in front of her face :joy:

Banks are doing okay for now because they are not writing down loans yet, they will not be okay when we enter the inevitable depression and defaults start happening right and left.

At least the housing market is not totally overpriced and ready to pop… oh wait.