Senate Republicans release info on $1 trillion COVID-19 stimulus package | USA TODAY

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COVID-19: Details on the new stimulus plan.
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The new GOP plan includes another check for Americans and continued help for the unemployed.

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41 Comments on "Senate Republicans release info on $1 trillion COVID-19 stimulus package | USA TODAY"

  1. Lying Ted was against his mother birthing him. What’s new?

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  2. Captain Junayd Riyadh-Al-Hussayn | July 28, 2020 at 10:05 AM | Reply

    The Card of the Day
    The Hermit
    “Looking inward.”

    The Hermit symbolizes that the answers you seek to resolve anxiety, can always be found within.
    If you make time to center, feel your real feelings, and quiet mental chatter, your inner wisdom will guide you out of any rut. Sometimes the biggest block to hearing your spirit’s inner wisdom is the fear of actually feeling something uncomfortable. So you distract yourself from the discomfort, and avoid resolving the imbalance. The Hermit represents the need to periodically withdraw from the world, and seek out what you’re really feeling.
    Are you avoiding something uncomfortable? Would you rather just distract or numb yourself from discomfort, rather than resolving it? Are you consciouss of the “Wise One” that resides within?
    The Hermit takes his lantern into the dark, uncomfortable places, to examine what’s really there. If you look at the card he is travelling over snow. This symbolizes feelings that you have “put on ice.” The snow also represents freezing or numbing pain. The gentle Hermit comes with his warm illuminating lantern and his sturdy staff of wisdom. This can melt the cold ice around the heart, allowing feelings to be resolved and released. Under his gentle guidance, he can actually show you the hidden lesson beneath the ice. Does your heart feel like it’s keeping something frozen?

    The fear of discomfort is just a mask, preventing you from accessing your wisdom. One error many people make with the lesson of the Hermit, is mistaking “wisdom” with “thinking.” “If I just sit here alone and think about this uncomfortable thing for a long time I will figure it out.” Thinking about problems just leaves the anxiety in the background to go unchecked as your mind frantically races from one hollow solution to another. Thinking about the discomfort doesn’t really resolve it. Feeling it does. Many times people are so scared of feeling that they pull out their phone, have a drink, or binge watch Netflix. “That will get that inner chatter to shut up for awhile!”
    Avoidance freezes the feeling for a time, but the unfelt feelings remain under the ice and grow in strength until they finally burst through. This process takes longer for some people than others.

    If you are courageous enough to go within, seek your discomfort, pull the mask back, and feel the feeling you are avoiding, you will discover that this discomfort is actually a wise teacher. It will calmly tell you what you need. This is your inner Wise One. The inner Wise One will show you how resolve and release what is troubling you.

    Today reflect on what is going on within you. Is there something making you anxious? Are you dulled, numb, or frozen? Are you prepared to change that? Take a time out, light a candle in a safe place.
    Be brave and face the fear. Pull back its mask.
    Look beneath the ice. Examine what’s there with your inner Wise One. “Aha! That’s what I need to resolve in myself.”

    The lamp of your inner Hermit will guide you out of darkness every time.
    Love and blessings,
    HPs Gypsy~Love

    • genesis Stewart | July 28, 2020 at 5:34 PM | Reply

      Please make some spaces when you write a long letter like this one .Thanks I really enjoy it😍

  3. Person. , Man. Woman, camera 📷, tv 📺

  4. Brad Hendrix | July 28, 2020 at 1:02 PM | Reply

    Take the protests to the homes of all the senators in congress and watch things get solved faster. They’ve been too removed from the reality that the average citizen experiences

    • Which they shouldn’t be bc their pay isn’t that much. So let’s start by finding out where all their extra income is coming from and “shovel” that money out of Washington

  5. Safi Moshkani | July 28, 2020 at 5:41 PM | Reply

    The most stupid strategy is that they do not pay for young boys and girls 16-18 years old, those kids have lots of expenses and due to Corona pandemic most of them do not have a summer job

    • Christopher Eversole | July 28, 2020 at 5:50 PM | Reply

      a lot of them have canceled going to college and we all know that life gets in the way and they probably won’t go at all.

    • Safi Moshkani | July 28, 2020 at 6:27 PM | Reply

      Even they pay to the international graduate students that are on visa and also are getting monthly stipend that is enough for all the expenses and in my view they have not been affected by the pandemic at all , they are getting paid by their program as usual. It seems that they pay whoever that has a social security number and is younger than 16 or older than 18

  6. Let me guess, welfare for corporate America and peanuts for the people?

  7. A bunch of incompetent leaders arguing with each other . Rich help rich and poor die .

  8. I don’t think covid 19 is enough of a threat to keep people suffering from poverty and joblessness.

    • Andy says
      “I don’t think covid 19 is enough of a threat to keep people suffering from poverty and joblessness.”
      What kind of job do you have or you used to have?

    • RefusesCookies | July 28, 2020 at 11:39 PM | Reply

      It’s not a threat at all. It’s a giant scam.

  9. give the people the money not the banks

  10. sigifredomoreno | July 28, 2020 at 5:52 PM | Reply

    I only got one stimulus check. Was i supos to get another one? .

  11. Text overlaying generic video is just lazy.

  12. Brent Compton | July 28, 2020 at 5:55 PM | Reply

    Let’s get back to work. Let’s stop all the bailouts. Keep throwing money at is not fixing it.

    • N1CO Nintendude | July 28, 2020 at 5:59 PM | Reply

      Then get back to work.

    • Brent Compton | July 28, 2020 at 6:14 PM | Reply

      @N1CO Nintendude I been working.There’s help wanted signs around here others not going back to work.

    • Modified Awareness | July 28, 2020 at 6:21 PM | Reply

      Are you hiring because I need a job. Lost mine in May and having a hard time-securing new one but hey sounds like you have it all-figured it so ..

    • @Brent Compton Same here haven’t lost my clinical job because I refused to take the easy way out……I think we deserve an extra$600 per week…………. think about it

  13. 5th stimulus package since march, really? 🤔

  14. Cathy Martinez | July 28, 2020 at 5:56 PM | Reply

    I guess money does grow on trees..duh

  15. Jonathan Root | July 28, 2020 at 5:56 PM | Reply

    What about the millions of Americans who have lost their job and thereby lost their health insurance during a pandemic!!!

    • Modified Awareness | July 28, 2020 at 6:25 PM | Reply

      Don’t worry the 1200 will pay your bills, put food on-the table and cover-healthcare for-your entire family for the remainder of the year. lol

  16. franklin archambault | July 28, 2020 at 5:58 PM | Reply

    To little to late especially at a loss as to what all members of congrees or basing the pittance of an aid payment on only for the small business owners l think they all need to lose a years pay and get some idea what it is costing the middle class who supply the most jobs this is a farce of the first order

  17. WhiteNewDeal | July 28, 2020 at 6:01 PM | Reply


  18. LiamborninDC | July 28, 2020 at 6:15 PM | Reply

    They need to pay off landlords and tell them not to charge rent. Then the landlords are able to pay their bills, including the property taxes, and more importantly people don’t get evicted during a pandemic.

  19. The message behind this is this, “I give you money, vote for me.”
    Where the money comes from?
    It’ll come out of your wallet.(not from the wallet of billionaires.)

  20. LORI ROBINSON BAKER | August 2, 2020 at 8:03 PM | Reply

    If my elderly mother claimed me as dependant 2019, I’m 55 and not her DEPENDANT, I paid rent, utilities, bough grocery’s and not in any way was she RESPONSIBLE for me, I was independently taking care of myself, I’m on SSDI, I’m i eligible for Financially

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