Contemptible congress ….


Congress expected to vote on COVID-19 relief, including stimulus checks and unemployment boost

I always like to use this comparison as an example as to what can be done if organized properly: Astoundingly enough, it ONLY took the industrious workers 14 months to build the Empire State Building.

The Empire State Building Build in less than 14 months at a …www.pinterest.com › … › New York

Guide to NYC’s coolest spots on Instagram: “Build in less than 14 months at a speed of one floor per day the construction of the Empire State Building in 1930 .

This achievement could not be duplicate today with all the modern equipment we have. The name of the game is ORGANIZATION!!

Back in THE DAY; they were mens men of which we will never see their likes again!!

IRON WORKER - EMPIRE STATE BUILDING c. 1930 Wood Print by Daniel Hagerman
The Construction of The Empire State Building - The Most Famous Skyscraper  in the World (39 Pics) - Atchuup! - Cool Stories Daily
NOTICE – NO HARD HATS – NO SAFETY NEST

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Sunday evening said lawmakers have reached a long-awaited coronavirus relief bill that is expected to be voted on later Monday.

BFD: If the workers on the Empire State Building were as slow as congress, they would STILL be working on the 1st floor of the building.

All of their incompetence amounts to is, self-gratification and their unwillingness to cooperate with the other side for the benefit of the American people. How long do they expect people to holdout and survive??

If their paycheck depended on a swift solution, the bill would have been signed at WARP SPEED 6 months ago.

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Even though Congress struck a COVID-19 stimulus deal late Sunday to extend badly needed financial relief to millions of jobless Americans, some could see their unemployment benefits lapse since it may take weeks for aid to reach them due to outdated state systems, experts say.

The lag could affect 12 million Americans who were set to lose their jobless aid the day after Christmas if Congress didn’t pass new legislation. The House and Senate are expected to debate and vote on the package Monday.

Liz said it all: “We’re too far gone,” says Elizabeth Pancotti, a policy adviser at the pro-worker Employ America. “We would have needed a deal before Thanksgiving for there not to be a lapse in benefits.”

This is the 1st person of authority admit the USA has a very flawed system.

I can’t even imagine that these dead-beat politicians can accept their pay check without embarrassment. The sons-a-bitches have now shame.

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