Of course it won't pass, and the ultimate result (I hope) will prove that Moscow Mitch is evil, and that the southern states will understand that the Democratic Party is the party of working men and women, and the Republican Party is the party of the well off and corporate America.BUt its not going to pass. Everyone knows that.That proposal is coming from Moscow Mitch, the poison pill. The bill passed, by the Speaker if I understand it correctly, will not enrich our family (both of our sons earn more than approved by the H. or Rep. and my income is well beyond theirs) or others in higher income brackets.The proposal is to send the money to everyone. As you agree, it is worthless as a stimulus. Thanks for the affirmation.What you wrote is true, my wife and got $1200 last time around, money we don't need and money we put w in one of our money market accounts***. However, this time around we won't get anything, and the money goes to small business and those who can't make their rent or pay their mortgage and need to wait in long lines to garner food to feed their family.It is neither. It is based on actual fact. Two thirds of the last stimulus check (and all previous ones going back to the 1970s) are used to pay down debt or go into savings. That isn't doing anything other than transferring private debt to public debt. There is no stimulus effect from this."They don't do anything" is a stupid and insensitive comment.I know I'm dealing with an idiot when I get a bunch of ad hom crap instead of an actual argument. You need to try better, s0n.
Of course Moscow Mitch and his band of bitches support a poison pill change, money for those you note accurately they don't need.
***That money and money we have invested in Money Market Accounts was not earning any appreciable interest, and used that money and some of our savings/investments to put artificial grass in the large backyard of the home we own where my son, daughter-in-law and our grandsons live, and then paid off the mortgage so that they do not need to make any house payments and only pay for home insurance, utilities and taxes. We off course don't require them to pay rent, and we will quit claim the property once we see a tax attorney. The home was purchased in 2009 during the house crisis and is now worth over $600,000.