2020 Jul 2, 8:37am
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Fauci must be a made man or something. I don't get how he's still around.
President Trump, at an impromptu Thursday morning news conference, hailed the 4.8 million jobs added in June, calling the "largest monthly jobs gain in the history of our country."
We need to see what this looks like once the $600/wk dries up at the end of July.
Won't that incentivise more people to get back to work once the generous unemployment benefits are gone?
socal2 saysWon't that incentivise more people to get back to work once the generous unemployment benefits are gone?Yes. This is why there are so many help wanted signs all over the place.
Easy to live on little if you have no debt
Hell, I could make it by just fine with 30-40k/yr. Easy to live on little if you have no debt.
pic.twitter.com/BMXgGvF9Nk— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 2, 2020
Wait until November. He who celebrates last celebrates best.
The house of cards will have it's day of reckoning and all the king's horses and all the king's men won't be able to put it back together again for a very long while.
Perhaps a living wage might help - yes ?
Debt free you say ? Kindly inform Life, it does not play by the rules you want it to.
Then again if "trickle down" actually worked
The prediction I first made in 1987 holds to this day! The Stock Market is going to tank! Divest yourself of Equities, Long AAA Batteries!
Unfortunately the overwhelming majority of Americans are not in the same situation as yourself or most of the people that post/comment on this forum, more like a 180 degree opposite.
Then again if "trickle down" actually worked to even a modest level, things would be on a slightly different footing for the multitudes that do not have $500 in savings or are one paycheck away from financial disaster. This of course does not take into account the stupidity of those making in excess of 100K who still manage to live paycheck to paycheck.
NoCoupForYou saysBuy buttcoin!Where do I get a buttcoin? Sounds like fun.
Almost nothing used AAA batteries in 1987.