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    Dems Stall Revote on Economic Rescue Bill After Blocking it Sunday

    Dems Stall Revote on Economic Rescue Bill After Blocking it Sunday

    What happens next? and

    Sunday, Democrats tanked a bipartisan bill that would’ve quickly helped buffer the economic damage caused by the country’s coronavirus response, choosing instead to utilize the current crisis to further their policy wish list.

    Senate Majority Leader McConnell tore Pelosi a new one from the Senate floor and then moved to schedule a revote for 9:45 AM, 15 minutes after the markets open. Brutal. That was until Schumer refused to allow such an early vote.

    So what happens now? 

    Government is truly the worst. Businesses are dying and desperate, we have no idea how many Americans have been laid off, furloughed, or otherwise unemployed, unable to work or make money during this mess, and Democrats are balking over ideological wish lists.

    Every single person in my family (expect myself seeing as I work from home all day every day) has been negatively impacted by this. I’m not alone. I have yet to speak to one person whose income or whose family’s income has not taken a thrashing. This is real. It’s personal. It transcends party lines. Voters will not forget.


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    DSHornet | March 23, 2020 at 8:40 am

    Dimocrats: Rack slide, aim at foot, pull trigger, repeat until magazine is empty.

    Republicans: “Here’s another box of ammo, doofus.”

    AOC should primary Chucky.

    The big problem is we need to help the people who have been badly hurt – the small businesses and laid off workers (and the unemployed who are stuck for a few extra weeks) NOW!. Many are living paycheck to paycheck – the tax “pre-funds” won’t come until mid-April.

    People will OD on opoids and commit suicide – it is what happens when their lives are destroyed, but they won’t count toward the coronavirus death toll.

    The “wish-list” items can be done next month. Student loan mitigation, maybe anti credit card usury laws and expanding bankruptcy for a short window to everything, …

    And Planned Parenthood Abortions are not an essential service.

    rinardman | March 23, 2020 at 8:49 am

    So what happens now?

    Blame the Republicans and Trump.

    What happens next? Trump should declare he will invoke the War Powers Act if Congress does not pass the bipartisan deal negotiated and agreed to this weekend. Congress has become the enemy of state with Pelosi’s Manchurian Party torpedoing everything that gets in the way of destroying Trump. How close are we to civil war now?

      CKYoung in reply to Pasadena Phil. | March 23, 2020 at 9:28 am

      With all the chicom money the democrats and GOPe have taken, they really don’t have anything to lose anymore. The China virus has been a huge disaster for them. They thought they were going to be able to tank the economy and blame PDJT, but what they’ve really done is expose themselves like an emperor with no clothes.

        I think they may have arrived at the “never wound a king” point in this coup and now must finish the job. How else would anyone explain The Swamp’s behavior at this point? They are openly acting to destroy our economy.

        txvet2 in reply to CKYoung. | March 23, 2020 at 9:49 am

        You hope. An alternative is that some “independent” “conservative” demagogue a la Ross Perot is going to appear and convince the terminally stupid that he can save the planet, thereby handing the country to Pelosi and Schumer.

    This is beyond the pale. The left will pay for this – dearly – in November.

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