Igual que los famosos 420 euros, aprueban en EEUU para los desempleados

Lo hace el Presidente y el Congreso así que vosotros pepotes a callar y todo el mundo boca abajo

13 semanas (o sea 3 meses y una semanita más) se les extiende el paro a los que se les acabe en Septiembre, siempre y cuando en su estado el desempleo sea alto. Eso sumado a las 26 semanas normales que cobran los parados, aunque en casos pueden ser 53 semanas.

Es decir, que los fachas que dicen que en EEUU el que no trabaja se muere de hambre, lo que está es insultando el buen corazón del pueblo americano -para corazón duro el del puto español fascista.  Y el socialista Zapatero me parece poco piadoso y muy amarrete, debería poner Food Stamps como en los EE.UU., que le dan de comer ya a uno de cada  NUEVE americanos, no es necesario que estén en el paro, incluso si ganan menos de cierta cantidad.
House Moves To Extend Unemployment Benefits

Despite predictions the Great Recession is running out of steam, the House is taking up emergency legislation this week to help the millions of Americans who see no immediate end to their economic miseries. A bill offered by Rep. Jim McDermott, D-Wash., and expected to pass easily would provide 13 weeks of extended unemployment benefits for more than 300,000 jobless people who live in states with unemployment rates of at least 8.5 percent and who are scheduled to run out of benefits by the end of September.

The 13-week extension would supplement the 26 weeks of benefits most states offer and the federally funded extensions of up to 53 weeks that Congress approved in legislation last year and in the stimulus bill enacted last February. People from North Carolina to California «have been calling my office to tell me they still cannot find work a year or more after becoming unemployed, and they need some additional help to keep their heads above water,» McDermott said.
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The current state unemployment check is about $300 a week, supplemented by $25 included in the stimulus act. That doesn’t go very far when a loaf of bread can cost $2.79 and a gallon of milk $2.72, Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus, D-Mont., said at a hearing last week on the unemployment insurance issue. «We need to keep our unemployed neighbors from falling into poverty. We need to figure out how best to make our safety net work,» Baucus said.

The jobless rate currently stands at 9.7 percent and is likely to hover above 10 percent for much of 2010. /…/. Stettner predicted that Congress will likely have to continue extending jobless benefits through 2011.
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McDermott said his bill would not add to the deficit because it would extend for a year a federal unemployment tax of $14 per employee per year that employers have been paying for more than 30 years.

LISTA DE ESTADOS QUE SE APLICARÁ

They include Alabama, Arizona, California, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, North Carolina, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, Washington, Wisconsin and West Virginia. Other states could qualify for more benefits if their unemployment rates are approaching the 8.5 percent threshold.

Aznar y sus sicarios, que quieren quitar las ayudas al desempleo, queda demostrado con esta actuación del Congreso Norteamericano, que no son capitalistas modernos, que son simplemente los ladrones españoles de toda la vida.

Por Armando

2 comentarios en «Obama imita a Zapatero»
  1. Armando, me he encontrado con uno de tus comentarios en El pais.com y he llegado a tu página. Pocas veces se encuentra uno a personas inteligentes que además esten tan en sintonia con lo piensa uno. Me gustaría seguir tus articulos pero no veo que tengas la posibilidad de suscripción, bueno, me pasaré de vez en cuando. Un saludo.

  2. Gracias, Zuri !
    Vaya, una carencia que no sabía. Se lo pasaré al Programador del Sitio, a ver si lo hace.

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