Senator Bill Cassidy was all for stimulus when it was Trump stimulus. Biden stimulus, not so much, but he can't really put his finger on why.
Babies do not work, therefore they do not deserve stimulus money to pay for their needs, says an angry reader of a Washington Post column praising the support the American Rescue Plan included for children.
Roger Wicker of Mississippi shamelessly tweeted his support for a provision of the American Rescue Plan that helps restaurants, as if he had anything to do with it.
The financial advisor quipped, “I don’t believe in a stimulus check. Because if $600 or $1400 changes your life, you were pretty much screwed already."
The financial guru opined, “I don’t believe in a stimulus check. Because if $600 or $1400 changes your life, you were pretty much screwed already."
Other Republicans, and not him, of course. The soon-to-be retired Senator from Pennsylvania is hoping the Biden administration hasn't learned a thing from dealing with Republicans back when President Obama was in office.
Retiring PA Sen. Pat Toomey doesn't believe we need any more stimulus despite the fact that job growth is still anemic and the United States is still down 10 million jobs since the start of the pandemic.
Rachel Maddow reports that Democrats remember (gasp!) 2009 and won't be played again by Republicans on a stimulus bill. Vote for help for Americans or get out.
White House and Congressional Democrats are not going to be delayed in providing a big aid package for the US economy. No more Republican sabotage.
Bipartisanship is great but not when it affects the American people negatively during the pandemic.
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