Thank you very much Congress. And I mean both parties. Today is the day more than a million out of work, job-seeking Americans ("Takers", in right wing speak) get their pink slips. For many, the first step towards eviction or foreclosure or Chapter 7 or gawd knows what else.
Even if the emergency UI extension is reinstated in January, those affected by the discontinuation should bring a class action suit against every f'n elected tool who allowed this to happen.
Oh, but wait. There is, none the less, cause for celebration. It seems a wise and sagely Federal judge has decided that the NSA done good after all.
I don't put this solely on the GoPee, Dave. The dems failed to push early enough or hard enough. Granted, the far right owns the mean-spiritedness of this situation, but the left's less than robust posture is just as bad.
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