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  1. By the time it gets through court, this situation will be long over. Exactly... nothing will change. When does he decree 5 round mags by Executive Order... you know, to "help" the people?
  2. I believe Murphy did this, after watching everyone hoarding groceries and the panic at the gun shops. He knows after a few weeks, that the natives would get really restless, and social unrest will grow, so he closed down the gun shops, so the pissed off people couldn't use the last few dollars of their credit card lines, to go buy firearms, and go "hunting". But, he forgot, Home Depot is still open for pitchfork and torch sales:
  3. Sort of, but you're also penalized with UE if you're a higher income earner, as there's a top of like $696 weekly UE amount. So, if you work hard, get promoted and be responsible, you get screwed on both fronts. I touched on that in this thread:
  4. They also know that will NEVER happen, so that's why they totally disregard the constitution... because they can.. without pushback.
  5. I agree with that and mentioned it earlier. What happened in 2018 and what's going on NOW for someone can be night and day. To say someone can't get help now, with being laid off or business closed, because they made too much in 2018 is nuts and unfair, considering the level of taxes they paid back then.
  6. I guess it would depend on incoming revenues too. If incoming business slows down, for lack of need, how long can they keep employees on the payroll with lower revenues? The bottom line usually wins....
  7. And here is Cuomo's response: ...."New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Saturday he does not believe President Donald Trump has the authority to impose a quarantine on New York, New Jersey and parts of Connecticut to stop the spread of the coronavirus. Cuomo said he does not believe that Trump intends to impose a sweeping quarantine of the region but suggested he could sue if the administration did follow through. https://www.cnbc.com/2020/03/28/ny-gov-cuomo-says-trump-has-no-authority-to-impose-quarantine.html So, will other states and people be able to sue Cuomo if they find out the virus was brought into their state by a New Yorker and Cuomo didn't do anything to prevent it?
  8. Well, this really kills the whole "We're going to use the National Guard to deliver food" narrative, doesn't it? ...."Rhode Island plans to send the National Guard out to knock door-to-door in an attempt to hunt down anyone who has arrived in the tiny state from New York City during the coronavirus pandemic. Gov. Gina Raimondo said anyone traveling there from New York will be ordered to undergo a 14-day quarantine and could face fines or even jail time if they’re found to not comply. In Rhode Island, Raimondo maintained she’s within her emergency powers to impose the aggressive measures and said she had consulted with state lawyers. “I know it’s unusual. I know it’s extreme and I know some people disagree with it,” she said. “While the Governor may have the power to suspend some state laws and regulations to address this medical emergency, she cannot suspend the Constitution,” said Steven Brown, the executive director of the ACLU of Rhode Island, in a statement. “Under the Fourth Amendment, having a New York state license plate simply does not, and cannot, constitute ‘probable cause’ to allow police to stop a car and interrogate the driver, no matter how laudable the goal of the stop may be,” Brown added. https://www.foxnews.com/us/rhode-island-hunting-down-new-yorkers-seeking-coronavirus-refuge Ha... like the politicians today really care about the Constitution....
  9. That's what I see, too. With the way this bill got written, even if they lifted the stay-at-home orders, who in the service industry will rush back to work, when getting this windfall?
  10. They seem to want to make more and more of the population dependent on the government... wonder why?
  11. Maybe put her in one of these, to go with her pink gloves:
  12. After the rescue bill was passed on Friday, besides the $1,200 stimulus check, it also includes an additional $600 per week added to UE checks. So, I was doing some back of the envelope calculations, and wondering if this will actually INCREASE layoffs with employers barely hanging on... By adding a additional $600 to the weekly UE check, laid of workers will make MORE than working.... it would be more beneficial for a business owner struggling to stay open, to just fire his employees... Median personal income in the country is like $34k right now, about $653 a week. In NJ, the UE check (about 60%) for that income is about $390 a week. So, on top of that $390, the government will send a ADDITIONAL $600 each week. Talk about a windfall! $990 a week!! It's like hitting the lottery!! So, why would any employer who's business is dead, try to keep anyone on the payroll? He could save tons of money, cut all non-essentials, as they would still get money. Pushing the number up, the maximum UE payment in the state is $696 a week. That would be for people making like $60K a year. Any income higher, the maximum stays the same at $696. So, someone making around $60k a year / $1,200 a week, pretty much stays even ($696 +$600). Are all these employees across the country making under $60K a year (which is tons) looking at a vacation this Monday? That would make the new UE applications next week go nuts....
  13. The original show was in the 60's and 70's, before you even hit the planet, right?
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