Breaking down Hawai‘i cut of new federal relief bill
LIHU‘E — The new COVID-19 relief deal Congress eyed would set aside at least $1.7 billion for Hawai‘i out of a $900 billion federal stimulus aid package.
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What a great idea:
Kill the economy then force people to grovel at the federal trough of less and less valuable fiat money handouts. Just what America was built on, right Schatz?
If you had internet service all the way from 2003, you are getting a piece of the $1.7 Billion dollars. This due to economic factors. If you can remember, U.S. spend lots of money in Hezbollah, Lebonon. Fighting. Air raids into Hezbollah. It was all over the news in 2006. Then in 2013, U.S. experienced a major setback in the Airline industry when Asiana airlines crashed in San Francisco. This hit the Asian markets hard. Finally in 2017 and 2018, The Max 8 737 Boeing jet, crashed off Indonesia and Ethiopia. Killing all passengers. This hit the economy hard and the airline industry took a big hit. This may be the reason why many are getting CARES act packet or stimulus check.