“Someday, once the pandemic has waned and the economy has recovered, the GOP’s fiscal conservatives will find a federal deficit ballooned far beyond their fears, and will begin campaigning to shrink it — or blame Democrats for it.“
““We have to work with the airlines. We have to work with the cruise lines,” he said Monday.
But those probably aren’t the right priorities. Airline companies have plenty of access to private capital markets, and several have shown that it’s possible to survive bankruptcy.
Most major cruise lines are foreign owned and employ relatively few U.S. citizens. The largest, Carnival, is incorporated in Panama — although its chairman, Micky Arison, is one of Trump’s friends and advisors.”
Which is why the Democrats insistence that the $500 Billion business fund had real time oversight. After all, 500 billion here and 500 billion there, pretty soon we are talking about real money. (Apologies to Senator Dirksen)