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Re: 2020 General Election

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HI54UNI wrote:
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PPP was supposed to keep people on payrolls and not laid off. How is an employee at Newsweek or Daily Kos or anywhere else less of an employee than an employee at Sam's Main Street Hardware store? I'm not familiar with the business models of the companies you listed, but surely subscriptions or advertisements play some part in their revenue stream, so those certainly could've been and could still be in jeopardy throughout the pandemic. Would we rather these companies went ahead, not take the PPP money, and lay people off so that we could then pay those folks through the unemployment compensation funds? As long as these companies did nothing illegal in applying for and receiving this money then I don't see the problem.
Look at the 990 tax forms for the non-profits like Media Matters or Daily Caller and see if you still think they should've gotten this money.
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Re: 2020 General Erection

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UNI88 wrote:
Wed Jul 08, 2020 1:47 pm
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:nod:

I don’t blame them for taking the money either. I blame them for their lack of principle. Many of these groups mentioned, like Americans for Tax Reform or (wait for it) the Ayn Rand Institute, :rofl: are funded by libertariantard well healed donors and their sole mission is to convince policy makers and the public to do the polar opposite of government intervention and bailouts.

It’s deliciously hypocritical.
:ohno: This is derogatory and insulting towards people with special needs.
I have two cousins with Down’s syndrome. You’re right...I renounce and reject myself for going there. (But it was a satirical usage in rejection of libtard).
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Re: 2020 General Election

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GannonFan wrote:
Wed Jul 08, 2020 1:19 pm
HI54UNI wrote:
Wed Jul 08, 2020 1:11 pm


Look at the 990 tax forms for the non-profits like Media Matters or Daily Caller and see if you still think they should've gotten this money.
The money went to pay their employees, correct? And those employees were not laid off, correct? And if they had they would've been eligible for unemployment, correct? I could be wrong on these, so please let me know if so.
Do you really think people at many of these organizations would have been laid off? They're almost completely funded by donations from left wing or right wing foundations. It's a huge ripoff. It would have been cheaper to pay unemployment because instead they can use PPP for things like utilities or rent. And these organizations do nothing but feed the dumpster fire that is our political system today. It's not like these are restaurants, hardware stores, or other businesses that got shut down.
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Re: 2020 General Erection

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kalm wrote:
Wed Jul 08, 2020 2:03 pm
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Wed Jul 08, 2020 1:47 pm

:ohno: This is derogatory and insulting towards people with special needs.
I have two cousins with Down’s syndrome. You’re right...I renounce and reject myself for going there. (But it was a satirical usage in rejection of libtard).
:poke: Just giving you grief and I don't like libtard either. Sociolisdiots seems more respectful and accurate. ;)

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Re: 2020 General Erection

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UNI88 wrote:
Wed Jul 08, 2020 2:27 pm
kalm wrote:
Wed Jul 08, 2020 2:03 pm


I have two cousins with Down’s syndrome. You’re right...I renounce and reject myself for going there. (But it was a satirical usage in rejection of libtard).
:poke: Just giving you grief and I don't like libtard either. Sociolisdiots seems more respectful and accurate. ;)
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Re: 2020 General Erection

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AZGrizFan wrote:
Wed Jul 08, 2020 4:37 pm
UNI88 wrote:
Wed Jul 08, 2020 2:27 pm

:poke: Just giving you grief and I don't like libtard either. Sociolisdiots seems more respectful and accurate. ;)
I saw a sign that used the word stupidiot and loved it. I use that word a lot now.
That's a good word and I'm going to be using it but it can apply to Trumpsters and Bernie Brahs. Socialisdiots or Commoronunists is more specific.

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HI54UNI wrote:
Wed Jul 08, 2020 2:15 pm
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Wed Jul 08, 2020 1:19 pm


The money went to pay their employees, correct? And those employees were not laid off, correct? And if they had they would've been eligible for unemployment, correct? I could be wrong on these, so please let me know if so.
Do you really think people at many of these organizations would have been laid off? They're almost completely funded by donations from left wing or right wing foundations. It's a huge ripoff. It would have been cheaper to pay unemployment because instead they can use PPP for things like utilities or rent. And these organizations do nothing but feed the dumpster fire that is our political system today. It's not like these are restaurants, hardware stores, or other businesses that got shut down.
I agree with you and doubt many, if any people would have been laid off at those places. But people were not laid off at hardware stores, contractors, tile stores, etc. either (at least here, where they were included in essential businesses) and they got PPP money. Although I'm not a fan of Media Matters or Daily Caller, I view this like getting a parade permit - You can't give one to BLM and refuse KKK or LGBTVQMwhatever Pride or Daughters of the American Revolution.

I heard several interviews/read articles with economists and people involved with or who studied previous bailouts/quantitative easing/recessions, etc. back when this was all starting. Virtually all of them said that speed was more important than accuracy for preventing or minimizing the economic fallout of this. You need the money to be circulating in the economy before the job losses or businesses close up, not after, if you want the best bang for your buck.

Say you could have saved 1/3 of the PPP money with a better designed system: Both houses of congress study and debate things, pass something, reconcile, pass the final version. How long would that take in our wonderfully effective congress? Then the amazingly efficient gov't agencies set up the system for that bill, review applications, etc. How long would that take? By the time the stimulus hits the economy, the businesses that applied are already shut down and the workers have used up their unemployment.

So as bad as some of the anecdotes are, IMO this was probably about as good as we could expect for a response given how dysfunctional our government is.

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Re: 2020 General Election

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catbooster wrote:
Thu Jul 09, 2020 10:46 am
HI54UNI wrote:
Wed Jul 08, 2020 2:15 pm


Do you really think people at many of these organizations would have been laid off? They're almost completely funded by donations from left wing or right wing foundations. It's a huge ripoff. It would have been cheaper to pay unemployment because instead they can use PPP for things like utilities or rent. And these organizations do nothing but feed the dumpster fire that is our political system today. It's not like these are restaurants, hardware stores, or other businesses that got shut down.
I agree with you and doubt many, if any people would have been laid off at those places. But people were not laid off at hardware stores, contractors, tile stores, etc. either (at least here, where they were included in essential businesses) and they got PPP money. Although I'm not a fan of Media Matters or Daily Caller, I view this like getting a parade permit - You can't give one to BLM and refuse KKK or LGBTVQMwhatever Pride or Daughters of the American Revolution.

I heard several interviews/read articles with economists and people involved with or who studied previous bailouts/quantitative easing/recessions, etc. back when this was all starting. Virtually all of them said that speed was more important than accuracy for preventing or minimizing the economic fallout of this. You need the money to be circulating in the economy before the job losses or businesses close up, not after, if you want the best bang for your buck.

Say you could have saved 1/3 of the PPP money with a better designed system: Both houses of congress study and debate things, pass something, reconcile, pass the final version. How long would that take in our wonderfully effective congress? Then the amazingly efficient gov't agencies set up the system for that bill, review applications, etc. How long would that take? By the time the stimulus hits the economy, the businesses that applied are already shut down and the workers have used up their unemployment.

So as bad as some of the anecdotes are, IMO this was probably about as good as we could expect for a response given how dysfunctional our government is.
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Re: 2020 General Election

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A look at the 'toss-ups' on realclearpolitics

191 electoral votes in 'toss up' states

187 went to Trump in 2016
4 went to Clinton in 2016 (New Hampshire)

Biden needs to pick up 32 of the 187.

Arizona 11 - Biden +3.5
Florida 29 - Biden +5

Georgia 16 - Trump +4.3
Iowa 6 Trump +1.5
Maine 2nd District 1
Michigan 16 - Biden +7.5
Nebraska 2nd District 1
New Hampshire 4 - Biden +4.3
Nevada 6 - Biden +4
North Carolina 15 - Biden +3.3
Ohio 18 - Tie
Pennsylvania 20 - Biden +6.5
Texas 38 - Trump +2.5
Wisconsin 10 - Biden +6.5
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CAA Flagship wrote:
Wed Jul 08, 2020 12:14 pm
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I agree with both Ganny and Fiver. The problem wasn't that these or other companies took advantage of a program that could benefit them, they'd be fools not to. The problem was that it was as Fiver stated "rushed through with no thought" and companies who might not need it could benefit from it.
I don't know about "no thought". Time was critical. And there was no system in place that could accomplish the intended goal. This is a case where you are looking to hit certain percentages. 100% was not realistic. Even with 5 years of planning. It's like planning a battle in a war. You know you will have casualties. You just try to come up with a plan that will limit the casualties as much as possible while completing the objective.
I could be thinking of something else, but wasn't this the one where Trump outed a watchdog...or something like that?
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Skjellyfetti wrote:
Thu Jul 09, 2020 11:15 am
A look at the 'toss-ups' on realclearpolitics

191 electoral votes in 'toss up' states

187 went to Trump in 2016
4 went to Clinton in 2016 (New Hampshire)

Biden needs to pick up 32 of the 187.

Arizona 11 - Biden +3.5
Florida 29 - Biden +5

Georgia 16 - Trump +4.3
Iowa 6 Trump +1.5
Maine 2nd District 1
Michigan 16 - Biden +7.5
Nebraska 2nd District 1
New Hampshire 4 - Biden +4.3
Nevada 6 - Biden +4
North Carolina 15 - Biden +3.3
Ohio 18 - Tie
Pennsylvania 20 - Biden +6.5
Texas 38 - Trump +2.5
Wisconsin 10 - Biden +6.5


Yep. Biden’s got it in the bag. No need for you lefties to even go out and vote. :coffee:
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Skjellyfetti wrote:
Thu Jul 09, 2020 11:15 am
A look at the 'toss-ups' on realclearpolitics

191 electoral votes in 'toss up' states

187 went to Trump in 2016
4 went to Clinton in 2016 (New Hampshire)

Biden needs to pick up 32 of the 187.

Arizona 11 - Biden +3.5
Florida 29 - Biden +5

Georgia 16 - Trump +4.3
Iowa 6 Trump +1.5
Maine 2nd District 1
Michigan 16 - Biden +7.5
Nebraska 2nd District 1
New Hampshire 4 - Biden +4.3
Nevada 6 - Biden +4
North Carolina 15 - Biden +3.3
Ohio 18 - Tie
Pennsylvania 20 - Biden +6.5
Texas 38 - Trump +2.5
Wisconsin 10 - Biden +6.5


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AZGrizFan wrote:
Thu Jul 09, 2020 12:15 pm
Skjellyfetti wrote:
Thu Jul 09, 2020 11:15 am
A look at the 'toss-ups' on realclearpolitics

191 electoral votes in 'toss up' states

187 went to Trump in 2016
4 went to Clinton in 2016 (New Hampshire)

Biden needs to pick up 32 of the 187.

Arizona 11 - Biden +3.5
Florida 29 - Biden +5

Georgia 16 - Trump +4.3
Iowa 6 Trump +1.5
Maine 2nd District 1
Michigan 16 - Biden +7.5
Nebraska 2nd District 1
New Hampshire 4 - Biden +4.3
Nevada 6 - Biden +4
North Carolina 15 - Biden +3.3
Ohio 18 - Tie
Pennsylvania 20 - Biden +6.5
Texas 38 - Trump +2.5
Wisconsin 10 - Biden +6.5


Yep. Biden’s got it in the bag. No need for you lefties to even go out and vote. :coffee:


Looks just like Hillary's lead. Yep. Got it in the bag.
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Ivytalk wrote:
Thu Jul 09, 2020 3:59 pm
Skjellyfetti wrote:
Thu Jul 09, 2020 11:15 am
A look at the 'toss-ups' on realclearpolitics

191 electoral votes in 'toss up' states

187 went to Trump in 2016
4 went to Clinton in 2016 (New Hampshire)

Biden needs to pick up 32 of the 187.

Arizona 11 - Biden +3.5
Florida 29 - Biden +5

Georgia 16 - Trump +4.3
Iowa 6 Trump +1.5
Maine 2nd District 1
Michigan 16 - Biden +7.5
Nebraska 2nd District 1
New Hampshire 4 - Biden +4.3
Nevada 6 - Biden +4
North Carolina 15 - Biden +3.3
Ohio 18 - Tie
Pennsylvania 20 - Biden +6.5
Texas 38 - Trump +2.5
Wisconsin 10 - Biden +6.5


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SeattleGriz wrote:
Thu Jul 09, 2020 4:26 pm
AZGrizFan wrote:
Thu Jul 09, 2020 12:15 pm

Yep. Biden’s got it in the bag. No need for you lefties to even go out and vote. :coffee:
Looks just like Hillary's lead. Yep. Got it in the bag.
I didn't think Trump would win the Republican nomination and I didn't think he'd win the election. It looks grim now but I'm not counting him out. For a mediocre businessman and b-list celebrity, he's done remarkably better than expected in elections.

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In Georgia, too! :lol:

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UNI88 wrote:
Thu Jul 09, 2020 4:51 pm
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Looks just like Hillary's lead. Yep. Got it in the bag.
I didn't think Trump would win the Republican nomination and I didn't think he'd win the election. It looks grim now but I'm not counting him out. For a mediocre businessman and b-list celebrity, he's done remarkably better than expected in elections.
He’s won AN election...during a non crisis period and against an extremely unlikable candidate who blew off a few key swing states.

This is not 2016 and even IF he was trying to lead the nation in a positive direction, the economy and virus ain’t gonna magically turn around in time.

3,2,1...toast, toast, toast.
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Ivytalk wrote:
Sat Jul 11, 2020 3:14 am
Baldy wrote:
Sat Jul 11, 2020 2:50 am
In Georgia, too! :lol:

I blame Gaptooth Stacey.
You can bet the mortgage that it was one of her "groups" who did it.

That's her MO...fill out the voter registration form for the cat, it gets properly rejected, Stacy screams voter suppression to the press, and they compliantly lick up whatever she feeds them. :nod:

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kalm wrote:
Sat Jul 11, 2020 6:12 am
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Thu Jul 09, 2020 4:51 pm

I didn't think Trump would win the Republican nomination and I didn't think he'd win the election. It looks grim now but I'm not counting him out. For a mediocre businessman and b-list celebrity, he's done remarkably better than expected in elections.
He’s won AN election...during a non crisis period and against an extremely unlikable candidate who blew off a few key swing states.

This is not 2016 and even IF he was trying to lead the nation in a positive direction, the economy and virus ain’t gonna magically turn around in time.

3,2,1...toast, toast, toast.
He won a primary election and a general election. Both of which I thought he would lose. Do I think he's probably toast? Yes. Am I willing to bet the farm on it? Absolutely not. The guy's a cockroach.

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kalm wrote:
Sat Jul 11, 2020 6:12 am
UNI88 wrote:
Thu Jul 09, 2020 4:51 pm


I didn't think Trump would win the Republican nomination and I didn't think he'd win the election. It looks grim now but I'm not counting him out. For a mediocre businessman and b-list celebrity, he's done remarkably better than expected in elections.
He’s won AN election...during a non crisis period and against an extremely unlikable candidate who blew off a few key swing states.

This is not 2016 and even IF he was trying to lead the nation in a positive direction, the economy and virus ain’t gonna magically turn around in time.

3,2,1...toast, toast, toast.
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AZGrizFan wrote:
Thu Jul 09, 2020 12:15 pm
Skjellyfetti wrote:
Thu Jul 09, 2020 11:15 am
A look at the 'toss-ups' on realclearpolitics

191 electoral votes in 'toss up' states

187 went to Trump in 2016
4 went to Clinton in 2016 (New Hampshire)

Biden needs to pick up 32 of the 187.

Arizona 11 - Biden +3.5
Florida 29 - Biden +5

Georgia 16 - Trump +4.3
Iowa 6 Trump +1.5
Maine 2nd District 1
Michigan 16 - Biden +7.5
Nebraska 2nd District 1
New Hampshire 4 - Biden +4.3
Nevada 6 - Biden +4
North Carolina 15 - Biden +3.3
Ohio 18 - Tie
Pennsylvania 20 - Biden +6.5
Texas 38 - Trump +2.5
Wisconsin 10 - Biden +6.5


Yep. Biden’s got it in the bag. No need for you lefties to even go out and vote. :coffee:


When did we see this happen? 8-)

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kalm wrote:
Sat Jul 11, 2020 6:12 am
UNI88 wrote:
Thu Jul 09, 2020 4:51 pm


I didn't think Trump would win the Republican nomination and I didn't think he'd win the election. It looks grim now but I'm not counting him out. For a mediocre businessman and b-list celebrity, he's done remarkably better than expected in elections.
He’s won AN election...during a non crisis period and against an extremely unlikable candidate who blew off a few key swing states.

This is not 2016 and even IF he was trying to lead the nation in a positive direction, the economy and virus ain’t gonna magically turn around in time.

3,2,1...toast, toast, toast.
Like your last 'toast' prediction.. :lol:
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BDKJMU wrote:
Sat Jul 11, 2020 2:55 pm
kalm wrote:
Sat Jul 11, 2020 6:12 am


He’s won AN election...during a non crisis period and against an extremely unlikable candidate who blew off a few key swing states.

This is not 2016 and even IF he was trying to lead the nation in a positive direction, the economy and virus ain’t gonna magically turn around in time.

3,2,1...toast, toast, toast.
Like your last 'toast' prediction.. :lol:
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