Cut Taxes? Spur Capital Investment? Increase Employment?

>> March 10, 2010

Senate: Nah.
We'll just extend unemployment instead.

Let's make sure everyone remains on the government dole shall we?

Via Open Congress:
The Senate has just passed a $140 billion bill includes an extension for unemployment benefits through the end of the year, tax credits and billions in emergency aid to states.
One week after approving a 30-day extension of unemployment benefits (H.R.4691), the Senate today passed the American Workers, State, and Business Relief Act (H.R.4321), which provides a longer-term extension of those benefits. Specifically, the bill extends federal unemployment assistance through Dec. 31 and provides a 65 percent subsidy for COBRA health insurance premiums. The coverage is retroactive to Feb. 28.
I think we've been over this before...

And they call the republicans the party of no?

I think the repubs need to get a little louder on all fronts.

4 comments:

Right Ideas March 10, 2010 at 5:36 PM  

Such crazy ideas! No one has ever done it before! Oh, wait. Didn't it happen in the 80's?

Longhaired Conservative March 10, 2010 at 5:48 PM  

Thanks for commenting. I'm glad you did because I might not have found your site if you hadn't. I tried to comment at your place. Don't know what happened. Thanks for stopping by! Cheers

steve March 10, 2010 at 7:46 PM  

Great points and excellent video.

Why didn't I think of 'Shout It Out Loud?'

Good find.

The_Kid March 10, 2010 at 9:18 PM  

I've known several people that went on unemployment in my life. None of them ever started looking for a job until about a week before it was to run out.

But yes, the Democrats like their supporters - black people, unions, and now unemployment collectors - Dependent.

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