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kimberly2030
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Anonymous

$2000. 00 a month for at least a year in 2021

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Started: 1/28/2021 Category: Politics
Updated: 6 months ago Status: Debating Period
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kimberly2030

Pro

I believe that for people unemployed and have lost their jobs permanently/jobs closed/still looking for jobs/ self employed( actors) for instance should be receiving $2000. 00 a month for a year. The people that are working should receive $2000. 00 for 6 months because they are working. This money should help the economy and businesses because people would purchase items from stores and it would boost a more happier and hopeful nation. We need help and this is a good way to start. The $600. 00 per week is also another option to help everyone. We do not know when this covi19 pandemic is going away. To big a nation and Millions on millions of people. The most scary is the not knowing if you have it or not or being a carrier. At least monetary, Free insurance for people with no jobs for the ones stated above. What does anyone think about this offer.

Con

No we should not be giving everyone 2000. 00 every month for a year.
1) Most people are not in need of stimulus.
2) the people that are unemployed have access to unemployment checks. Thats why we pay into unemployment insurance.
3) Its not our job to provide for people in need. Thats not the role of government.
4) 2000. 00 bucks a month is unsustainable and would destroy the economy and the dollar. It would lead to hyper-inflation.
5) the proper solution is to re open. That fixes all the problems.
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