It’s early 1930, only a few months after the stock market disaster in October. Millions of Americans have lost their life savings and jobs around the country. Things have become so bad that parents are skipping meals to feed their children. It’s a scary moment, but some Democratic voices on the radio are asking Americans to bear it. Use the money to purchase groceries and pay your rent.
According to Stephanie Ruhle, while no one enjoys paying more, we have the financial means. Throughout the epidemic, household savings reached new highs, and we didn’t have much of a reason to go out and spend. Willie Geist, the dirty little secret here is that most Americans can afford to live within their means.
Moreover, Stephanie Ruhle claimed that Americans should spend the money they saved by not going anywhere or doing anything during the pandemic crisis. She contended a few days later that firms are not required to pass on cost increases to their customers. Democrats should take an economics 101 class.
Like the old days, some suggestions for Americas are Eat solely on even days, as an homage to the 1970s. Request additional ketchup, mustard, and mayonnaise packets with each order at fast-food establishments. To receive a free lunch or supper, sign up for financial seminars. Request a sample of each of the 31 Baskin-Robbins varieties. Sanitary wipes are available at the doorways of many establishments. Pick up a couple dozen on your way out.