Democrat or Republican Party Legislators?

The Chicago Tribune AP article titled: New Covid Relief Slipping Away, reported the following statement.

“… Republicans in tough reelection races one last opportunity to try to show voters they are prioritizing COVID relief — and to make the case to voters that Democrats are the ones standing in the way.”

In a previous post titled: USA 2222-23 Reality Game of Thrones? I stated that 53 percent of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck.

In another previous post titled: Pandemic Surtax? I suggested a method used in private industry uses to pass on costs of services and commodities when circumstance arise out of their control.

The Purpose of This Post

Is to relate an ancient proverb to the game going on in Washington and the present addition of 3.1 Trillion Dollar Debt that will occur this year.

King Solomon

a servant who becomes king, a godless fool who gets plenty to eat, (Proverb 20:22)

What’s My Point?

The Congress members we elect are supposed to serve the needs of our Nation.

Anyone who is living from paycheck to paycheck needs help during this crisis as a result of government mandated shutdowns of the businesses they work.

My point is to remind Congress that it is not a game when they are living on week to week paychecks.

In My Opinion

Congress is acting like children and playing games while they receive their paychecks.

Read the above proverb again which in my opinion is an accurate assessment of their “Godless’ actions by Congress to ignore those in greatest need of help before the election.

If Interested

Read the Source Links below

You Decide

If after reading the articles, who will you vote for or against to blame in the coming election for acting like children and ignoring the most needy same as a godless person or political party?

Does this situation remind you of a statement made in history, “Let them eat cake?”

Regards and goodwill blogging;

Source Links

Chicago Tribune, Ap, the Express

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