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vjls
Reg. Mar 2005
Posted 2020-03-30 6:47 PM
Subject: RE: covid bill stimulus


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now they loking at more #$$$

 

i am not an accountant   i have questions for you that  are if you have time

i have shot my mouth off on this 2 trillion package of  pork if i am wrong i will say so. but do americans owe that much money in debt?

Type of debt Total owed by an average U.S. household with this debt Total owed in the U.S.  20
Any type of debt* $137,879   $14.15 trillion
Credit cards (revolving)** $7,104    $466.2 billion
Mortgages $192,618          $9.56 trillion                          based 2016
Auto loans $27,934               $1.33 trillion
Student loans $46,679             $1.51 trillion

dec 2019   figures  cc debt 1.04 trillion 

 

i am wondering if that includes interest

ave income is 56516   2919

 

we are living well above our means  i am stunned by the # even more by the #  on welfare or some public asstance it said about 20% or 52 million on some type of assistance

throwing $$$  not going to help i know not barrel raciing but if we don/t get a handle on it we won/t be much longer or our kids won/t

not looking for arguement just #  and this is a great board very varied people of all walks any idea  then le go to our local goverment  i am in  shock by these ### 

 

 



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Bear
Reg. Dec 2007
Posted 2020-03-30 6:54 PM
Subject: RE: covid bill stimulus



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A trillion here.  A trillion there.  Pretty soon you're talking about real money.  Who's counting anymore?

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Chandler's Mom
Reg. Jan 2015
Posted 2020-03-30 7:04 PM
Subject: RE: covid bill stimulus



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vjls - 2020-03-30 11:25 AM


 


where does he have that i hope he does as this is total bs  and i feel so helpless that my grandson and his kids the dream is over we can not have a debt load like this


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


On Wednesday evening, members of the United States Senate voted unanimously to approve a $2 trillion relief bill aimed at relieving the American public and the economy in light of the fallout from the Chinese coronavirus.


American taxpayers, however, are rightly up in arms over the waste in the bill, which totals up to $340 billion in new government spending for items seemingly unrelated to the virus.


Let’s take a look at some of the spending approved in the bill:


$300 million to the Social Security Administration
This money, however, would not be going directly to senior citizens. Instead, the funds are directed “to help SSA keep up with key workloads, make up for lost productivity, and otherwise improve the ability of the agency to serve the public.”


In other words, more money for bureaucratic overhead.


$1.018 billion to Amtrak
Lawmakers claim the government railroad funds are needed “for operating assistance to cover revenue losses related to coronavirus. In addition, funding is provided to help states pay for their share of the cost of state-supported routes.”


But Amtrak has never turned a profit since its creation in 1971, chronically relying on billions of dollars in government subsidies to keep the trains moving. In essence, the federal government is doubling up on the sunk cost fallacy.


$353 million to the United States Agency for International Development
That’s right. In a bill aimed at helping the American people, hundreds of millions of dollars have been allocated to assist other countries. $258 million is specifically marked for “international disaster assistance” in order to “continue to address humanitarian and health needs in coronavirus-affected areas abroad.”


$350 million for Refugee Resettlement
You thought that during times of crisis, the federal government would be putting Americans first? Think again. Slipped into the stimulus bill is $350 million designated for noncitizen refugees, migrants, and immigrants, while millions of Americans file for unemployment.


$150 million in National Endowments for the Arts and Humanities
Unbelievably, the bill approved by the Senate includes money for the arts, including “funding to state arts agencies and other partners in an effort to help local, state, and regional communities provide continued access to cultural organizations and institutions of learning.”


And speaking of the arts…


$25 million for the Kennedy Center
The Kennedy Center, a performing arts center in Washington D.C., is slated to receive money for “deep cleaning, increased teleworking capabilities, and operating and administrative expenses to ensure the Center will resume normal operations immediately upon reopening.”


$75 million for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting
This is the organization that subsidies PBS and NPR stations across the country. The stimulus package includes funds “for stabilization grants to maintain programming services and to preserve small and rural public telecommunication stations.”


So, don’t worry. Big Bird and liberal radio talk shows will be taken care of.


These are just a few of the egregious earmarks contained within the coronavirus stimulus bill, which now heads to the U.S. House of Representatives. They are expected to pass the legislation on Friday.
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this is such a great deal for taxpayers everyone shouyld be voted out read how much pork the whole hog we taxpayer get to pay for this is nothing but a farce and there is more
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Vicky Stewart
Vicky Stewart use your head we hae app 327 million in usa why could that 953million gone t amercans not broadcasting not refugees not kennedy center amatrack but to americans


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Chandler textured me some stuff that I was so incredibly shocked to see included.  Wow, just unbelievable what was stuck in there "to help the American people."   Ummm not so much 

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