So… how about a little of that voting for strong social programs? I don’t know why it takes so many people having something directly affect them for them to see things, but here we are. Vote to help pull up the bottom. Vote to escape corporatism. Vote for the people. Every time. “Well, if we bail out people who took out risky loans they couldn’t afford, we’d be teaching them the wrong lesson. Therefore we let them go homeless and starve and then bail out the companies that made those risky loans. It’s not their fault they know the loans couldn’t be paid back.
So even those who have managed to take reduced hours or find other lower-paying jobs, and stalled their mortgage in order to balance their budgets under the assumption that things will turn around within the next head, as the Trump administration told them it would, are going to plow into a hard wall right as we reach peak winter lockdown. The Long, Cold Winter has been thrown around a lot, but in the absence of a government able to move extremely fast and willing to be heavy-handed with a bottom-up stimulus and recovery effort.
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