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And some more stuff for you to tell your uncle (or friends, if you are that uncle) about how Trump *isn't* actually all that great economically unless you're already super-wealthy
(in which case, please give me money!)
The economy is, as the experts say, in the shitter. The pandemic has shuttered countless businesses and put millions out of work. And even before the pandemic, economic inequality had reached levels not seen since right before the Great Depression. How the government responds in the next few months and years will determine whether our economy climbs out of this stronger, or never. Here’s how each candidate plans to bring back America’s economy. Biden “We need to be working right now on the conditions under which our economy will operate as America gets back to work, and ensuring that the financial support our families and small businesses will need is fully in place.” Policies include
Making sure that businesses forced to close because of the pandemic can keep their workers without cutting pay or benefits
Establishing a $15 minimum wage and provide premium pay to all essential workers
Making sure at least half of all small business relief funding goes to businesses in vulnerable communities, like restaurants and not hedge funds.
Authorizing more generous loans to small businesses to cover payroll as well as fixed costs, like rent and utilities
Checking the abuse of corporate power over labor and hold corporate executives personally accountable for violations of labor laws
Incentivizing unionization and collective bargaining to help workers secure the protections and benefits they’ve earned
Increasing the supply, lower the cost, and improve the quality of housing with investments in resilience, energy efficiency, and accessibility of homes.
Investing $1.3 trillion in U.S. public infrastructure, like roads, bridges, broadband, etc.
Allowing not one drop of Malarkey
Read More SOURCE: JOEBIDEN.COM Trump “I’m not saying anything is perfect, and yes, will some people be affected, yes, will some people be affected badly—yes, but we have to get our country open and we have to get it open soon.” Policies include
Giving a massive tax cut for corporations and the wealthy, giving the richest 1% of taxpayers a $50,000 tax break — 75 times larger than the average tax cut for the bottom 80% of taxpayers.
Launching a trade war with China, resulting in thousands of job losses and increased prices on household items for everyday Americans
Stalling on a coronavirus relief package that would provide another round of $1200 stimulus checks and renew unemployment benefits to people that need it most
Rushing state economies to reopen in unsafe conditions, putting workers’ lives in danger
Putting the producer of Suicide Squad in charge of the Treasury Department
Read More SOURCE: VOX NEWS