do you think presidential candidates for 2020 will offer additional stimulus checks to people in their campaigns to get elected?
- Weasel McWeaselLv 72 months ago
It's bound to be a debate issue, when the $1,200 doesn't fix jacksh*t.
2 trillion dollar package.......meant every single last tax payer was just charged $20,000.
$16,800 of that, is going to corporations that pay no taxes and make BILLIONS in profits.
They are giving YOU, $ 1,200 of that back and pretending that they are doing YOU the favor.
You just traded $16,800 of your tax money, for a $1,200 check.
Jeff Bezos thanks you for the $16,800.
- pit bulls biteLv 72 months ago
biden will stimulate womens hair
- Spock (rhp)Lv 72 months ago
absolutely yes. and the Dim candidate will excoriate Trump for giving too little, too late -- let's have $2,000 per person per month, as Bernie says. [Geez -- that's more than my normal monthly income -- why would i ever want to work again?]
- Tmess2Lv 72 months ago
Presidential candidates always offer goodies for voters in their campaigns. New programs that will benefit votes; tax cuts for everyone; and somehow a balanced budget despite increased spending and lower revenue.
Whether that will include additional stimulus checks will depend upon how the economy is doing in September and October. Hopefully, both sides will remember (but both probably will not) that what the economy needs during a recession and recovery is a short-term injection of money, not some permanent change to tax laws or government programs that will continue after the economy returns to normal.
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- SocratesLv 72 months ago
Only Mike Bloomberg could have possibly have afforded to do that. Do the math!
- ?Lv 72 months ago
They'd do better offering a cure, or at least proactive steps to control the spread of the virus.
- Anonymous2 months ago
yes, without a doubt....................
- Justin ThymeLv 72 months ago
Biden thinks he's running for the Senate, poor old fool. https://townhall.com/tipsheet/guybenson/2020/02/25...