millions of americans will be homeless today

refineryworker05

Well-Known Member
Same could be said for scum property owners that used the mortgage forbearance program.
What's revealing is that these posters don't care about what's driving the issue at all. The people who are like ok what's going on with the evictions are like oh, whole industries shut down, there was a massive loss of jobs, unemployment checks were delayed or denied for millions of people, and the money the government gave to the states to make landlords whole has been slow to get out. These are real problems, but these cats don't want to deal with that reality.
Instead they want to take antecdotes or poorly misapplied stats to say I know that imaginary bad people are getting over and they don't deserve help. this is all that drives their outlook, they really want to design public policy that impacts millions on their insane imaginations.
 
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DriveInDriveOut

Proud Deplorable
A lot of job openings doesn't prove people don't want to work. It proves the economy is getting back to catching up to the 22million lost jobs. There are still millions of unemployed people seeking work.
Again, you all aren't interested in an analysis of the labor market, you aren't interested in understanding the unemployment rate, or the long term unemployed which still number in the millions.

You just want to take a stat you don't understand, and misapply it to justify creating all these imaginery bad people who are trying to get over and don't deserve help. This kind of purposeful ignorance is what you want to base public policy on. It is irrational.
There are plenty of job openings. Anyone who wants to work can work.

Again, you aren't interested in an analysis of the labor market, you aren't interested in understanding the number of job openings, or the long term lazy unemployed which numbers in the millions.

You just want to take a stat you don't understand, and misapply it to justify creating all these government handouts that are the basis for your silly marxist ideology. This kind of purposeful ignorance is what you want to base public policy on. It is irrational.
 

refineryworker05

Well-Known Member
There are plenty of job openings. Anyone who wants to work can work.

Again, you aren't interested in an analysis of the labor market, you aren't interested in understanding the number of job openings, or the long term lazy unemployed which numbers in the millions.

You just want to take a stat you don't understand, and misapply it to justify creating all these government handouts that are the basis for your silly marxist ideology. This kind of purposeful ignorance is what you want to base public policy on. It is irrational.
Again, you can say things, but that doesn't make it so. There are millions of people actively seeking work that can't find jobs. You can't just pretend those people away and say well anyone that wants a job can get a job, then why are millions of active job seekers currently unemployed? Again, you ignore objective reality to just invent imaginary bad people in your head.
you just ignore millions of active job seekers who are currently unemployed and millions of long termed unemployed and just "believe" anyone who wants a job can get one based on this need to say oh those Americans over there are the bad people who don't deserve help. your political ideology is driven by this poisonous need to believe that some group of Americans are the bad people who don't deserve help. It is irrational.
 

refineryworker05

Well-Known Member
I'm not pretending, I'm telling you the fact is that anyone who wants a job can get one. Your irrational illogical nonsense ramblings don't change that fact.
No, There are millions of active job seekers who are currently unemployed so clearly objective reality is that those unemployed job seekers want a job but don't have a job. So your point is both objecitvely wrong and irrational. You have this poisonous ideology to want to believe some group of Americans are the bad people who don't deserve help. This is your political north star. Smh.
 

DriveInDriveOut

Proud Deplorable
There are millions of active job seekers who are currently unemployed
And there are a ton of job openings.
Anyone who wants a job can get one.
So your point is both objecitvely wrong and irrational. You have this poisonous marxist ideology you want to believe everyone is a victim and a massive government has to help them. This is your political north star. Smh.
 

refineryworker05

Well-Known Member
And there are a ton of job openings.
Anyone who wants a job can get one.
So your point is both objecitvely wrong and irrational. You have this poisonous marxist ideology you want to believe everyone is a victim and a massive government has to help them. This is your political north star. Smh.
There are nearly always job openings except during recessions. That doesn't change that right now there are millions of active unemployed job seekers, so saying anyone who wants a job can get a job is just objectively false. And it's obviously false so why do you persist on repeating that falsehood? It is because your politcal core is to believe that some group of americans are bad and lazy and undeserving of help and you want to construct government policy to hurt those people. So you ignore the millions of people actively looking for work and who are unemployed, and pretend they are all scammers and bad people who really don't want to work. This is a poisonous and irrational political pov.
 

DriveInDriveOut

Proud Deplorable
That doesn't change that right now there are millions of active unemployed job seekers, so saying anyone who wants a job can get a job is just objectively false. And it's obviously false so why do you persist on repeating that falsehood? It is because your politcal core is to believe that some group of americans are bad and lazy and undeserving of help and you want to construct government policy to hurt those people. So you ignore the millions of people actively looking for work and who are unemployed, and pretend they are all scammers and bad people who really don't want to work. This is a poisonous and irrational political
That doesn't change that right now there are millions of job openings, so saying anyone who wants a job can get a job is just objectively true. So why do you persist on repeating the falsehood that they can't? It is because your politcal core is to believe in victimhood and only a big marxist government can help those people. So you ignore the millions of job openings, and pretend they can't find work. That is a poisonous and irrational political pov.
 

refineryworker05

Well-Known Member
That doesn't change that right now there are millions of job openings, so saying anyone who wants a job can get a job is just objectively true. So why do you persist on repeating the falsehood that they can't? It is because your politcal core is to believe in victimhood and only a big marxist government can help those people. So you ignore the millions of job openings, and pretend they can't find work. That is a poisonous and irrational political pov.
Job openings don't mean anyone who wants a job can get a job when reality shows there are millions of active unemployed job seekers. Carry on.
 

rod

Retired 19 years
Went out tonight for a few beers and a bite to eat. The first 3 places we went to were close with signs in the windows BEGGING for help. The signs stated closed Mondays due to lack of employees
 

Baba gounj

Strength through joy
Went out tonight for a few beers and a bite to eat. The first 3 places we went to were close with signs in the windows BEGGING for help. The signs stated closed Mondays due to lack of employees
Local news stations are reporting that yes many eating establishments are desperate for help.
But it is the low wages that are holding most folks back from applying.
 

rod

Retired 19 years
Local news stations are reporting that yes many eating establishments are desperate for help.
But it is the low wages that are holding most folks back from applying.
Waiters, waitresses and bartenders have always relied more on tips than wages. I know many of them who have made GREAT money on tips.
 
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