Vote on Unemployment Insurance Pushed to Monday

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Thursday, October 29, 2009 at 6:42 pm

The Senate will vote Monday evening on legislation extending unemployment benefits — a procedural vote that could clear the way for final passage as early as late Tuesday, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) just announced. The bill has been held up for weeks as party leaders have tangled over amendments, procedure and probably their picks in the World Series.

Monday’s cloture vote won’t pass the bill, but only ends the GOP filibuster, allowing the staging of the final vote. Senate rules dictate, however, that 30 hours must pass between the cloture vote and that on final passage — meaning that, absent a deal, the Senate can’t pass the bill much sooner than midnight on Tuesday.

Reid said the bill will include only two additional amendments: A tax credit for homebuyers, and a tax benefit allowing businesses to recoup taxes they paid in recent profitable years.

If an agreement is struck between the parties, all of this could change at any time.

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donlogue
Comment posted October 29, 2009 @ 7:36 pm

Listed below is rally planned next week on Capitol Hill. Hopefully the unemployment extension bill will pass on Monday 11/2/09; otherwise lets give 'em hell.
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Gabriel
Comment posted October 29, 2009 @ 7:55 pm

This is a partial transcript of what Reid said on CSPAN2 at ~6:02 PM ET
“(…) we’re going to come early Monday, we’re going to come in a half hour early, we’re going to have a vote at five o’clock. We have to do it at five o’clock so we can complete work before midnight the next day. So everyone should be here no later than quarter to six because we’re going to have to close the vote no later than quarter to six. We would hope that we could work something out between now and then that we won’t have to go the way we are planning on going, but the way things now are lined up, (…) the unemployment compensation will have in it an amendment of Sen. Isakson (R-Ga) –homebuyer tax credit- and amendment of Sen. Bunning (R-Ky) -extend small business tax provision-, and we hope we can complete that and move to other things next week. (…) There is a strong possibility that we will be in next weekend – remember, we only work 2 days, the 9th and 10th, then we’re off the 11th-13th…”


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John Hancock
Comment posted October 29, 2009 @ 10:09 pm

The public should go on a general strike and remind Congress of just who is really in charge and who holds the power. “We the people” have been to lenient on the politicians for to long. “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.” It is time.


disgusted999
Comment posted October 29, 2009 @ 10:17 pm

Mad? Send a letter to your representatives in two clicks!!!!

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rickmick
Comment posted October 30, 2009 @ 8:13 am

I am all for voting out the people that are holding the bill up. Not all Republicans are bad just like, not all democrats are good. People need to stop voting for just a party or a well known name. Every election the same ones get voting right back in to office. Voters vote them in because they are on the news more then the other candidate and they know their name or they vote for them because of their party. Next election do your home work on the person whether he or she is a Republican or a Democrat and vote for them and NOT THE PARTY. Until people start doing this the United States is going to be screwed up.


Conservative895
Comment posted October 30, 2009 @ 9:47 am

Thank you Senator Mitch. Keep delaying this welfare program. People need to try harder to find work. Get em off the couch. Thanks again Mitch. Lots of love , Johnson


Paul
Comment posted October 30, 2009 @ 11:31 am

A big F.U.!!!!! Conserve 895 and Mitch,
I cant wait to work. I send over 100 resumes and job applications a week and still nothing. When there's another 1000 people applying for 1 position…lil hard to find work you idiot. I cant even get minimum wage work because Immigrants take those jobs off the books for alot less. Unemployment barely feeds my family and puts a roof over my head…without then I really would be on welfare and out on the street!!!


jbarnes7777
Comment posted October 30, 2009 @ 12:01 pm

I too would like to thank MITCH… for driving the

********* FINAL NAIL IN THE REPUBLICAN PARTY'S COFFIN !!! *************


jbarnes7777
Comment posted October 30, 2009 @ 12:03 pm

Republican = al Qaeda Their motto is : DEATH TO AMERICA


jbarnes7777
Comment posted October 30, 2009 @ 12:11 pm

Bush and republicans inherited surpluses from Clinton and turned them into record deficits by deregulating Wall St , lying us into 2 wars . They raided the treasury on the way out the door. They funneled the stolen loot to the same people who collapsed the economy and our jobs….those that they hadn't already sent to China.
Now, these pukes have the GALL to block unemployment for the victims of THEIR CRIMES ! To all the unemployed… there is no longer any doubt which party stands with us hard working, taxpaying Americans. NEVER FORGET THIS


jbarnes7777
Comment posted October 30, 2009 @ 12:15 pm

It is time to bring home ALL our troops.
No more military spending. We have too high of deficits. We need to help Americans …not try to police the world. If Bush had just protected us from 9/11 by LISTENING to the warnings of Bill Clinton and Richard Clarke …we would not be going bankrupt as a nation right now.


suricatta
Comment posted October 30, 2009 @ 12:49 pm

Already did at the end of September. The only response I received was from Barbara Boxer. Senators Kyl (AZ) and Feinstein have yet to reply. No surprise there. And now, almost a month later, were still waiting.


tim
Comment posted October 30, 2009 @ 3:01 pm

The Republicans don't care about the unemployment extension for the middle class workers the backbone of this great country. They are the party of “NO” – No help for the middle class American employees. They are the party for the rich.


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beataroundmybush
Comment posted October 30, 2009 @ 5:46 pm

Conservative895

May you suffer a long and painful suffering, the you will begin to pray to GOD…


beataroundmybush
Comment posted October 30, 2009 @ 5:54 pm

Our leaders thrive on war, we need to take care of the citizens of the USA first though. War will never end until someone pushes the button. we are still the superpower of the world that why everyone wants to immigrate here but they get the free handout before the one's that were here from the beginning.


beataroundmybush
Comment posted October 30, 2009 @ 6:13 pm

My email to Senator Reid:

I want to thank you for your efforts in persuing the unemployment measure that is much needed now. It is ashame that the Republicans are sore losers and they act like little playground children. again I thank you personally. I wish I was a resident of your state. I like many had a great job and dedicated myself to it. I would rather not like a handout but it is all I can count on now. 2 million jobs and 7 million out of work. I pray we don't go into a depression. I believe the next measure is to create jobs in the USA swiftly and stop exporting jobs.

Regards: A fellow Red,White & Blue American


fedup212
Comment posted October 30, 2009 @ 8:45 pm

Assholes! I hope every single one of these idiots who are holding this up loses their re-election bid. They don't represent the people and don't belong in any office claiming to serve the people.


fedup212
Comment posted October 30, 2009 @ 8:47 pm

15 million people out of work and 3 million jobs. Do the math, asshole.


rickmick
Comment posted October 31, 2009 @ 9:33 am

Come Monday and they vote to move the bill forward and if it passes. Tues. they vote on the bill and lets say it passes. It then will go back to the House for their approval. Isn't the house the rest of the week just like the senate is?


jbarnes7777
Comment posted October 31, 2009 @ 10:18 am

You say “not all republicans are bad”.
But they march LOCK STEP together on their “agenda'….holding up progress
on the important matters of the day. They always vote “party line” … especially
when it involves standing AGAINST the middle class and poor.


jbarnes7777
Comment posted October 31, 2009 @ 10:22 am

I doubt you will see delays by the House. They acted quickly in Sept. It's the Senate that is known for being slow. Usually this would have passed quicker,
but republicans are feeling the Holiday spirit early…
“the Ebeneezer Scrooge party of NO “


rickmick
Comment posted October 31, 2009 @ 10:43 am

Not all of them do. You only hear the group that is in control of the republicans. Believe me I do not like the ones that you are talking about. But I will not vote for anyone that is cold hearted no matter what party he or she belongs to. I will look into everyone's history before I vote for them. I will not vote for just one party. People have been voting that way for ever and look what it get them. If you want to vote for the devil because he is a Democrat then that is your right. But don't expect the system to change. It will stay just as it is.


jbarnes7777
Comment posted October 31, 2009 @ 2:32 pm

I'm not saying the dems are ALL good. But it's the democrats who have pushed for the extension…it is the REPUBLICANS WHO ARE BLOCKING IT !! PERIOD… Now Lieberman, Ben Nelson and a couple others are in bed with the republican crooks. They must go. The rest
need to be put on notice….THEY TOO CAN BE REPLACED.
One thing is certain. Republicans vote together, no matter if they claim to support a cause….they will not break” party ranks” and stop these fillibusters of the unemployment extension. THEY DON'T CARE!!
If you can't see that…I can't help you.


rickmick
Comment posted October 31, 2009 @ 2:40 pm

You are talking about one bill. Republican Ron Paul for one who is not against the extension. I don't need help I can see very clear.


Guest
Comment posted October 31, 2009 @ 4:05 pm

Am I right in my understanding that some states will receive more additional weeks of benefits than other states? If so, this inequitability needs to be fixed before anything is passed.
I think the Senators who are blocking the bill are those whose states will receive the lesser benefits. While I do feel that unemployment benefits need to be extended, I'm not sure I blame these Senators for trying to get equal treatment for their states.


jbarnes7777
Comment posted October 31, 2009 @ 5:16 pm

Originally, the House bill only covered states with unemployment of 8.5% or more. The Senate version covers ALL states for 14 weeks, with an additional 6 weeks for states with unemployment of 8.5 % or more. The delays are not due to the amount of weeks. It is being delayed by republicans who are playing politics and using the suffering of unemployed families as bargaining chips to secure MORE MONEY FOR THE RICH !!! They are allowing tax breaks for a couple making $300,000/ year to buy second and third homes. Most wealthy business owners pay themselves in that salary range so they can still sop up the GRAVY TRAIN from the govt. at our expense !!! VOTE OUT ALL REPUBLICANS if you want to survive the NEW WORLD ORDER the republicans have successfully implemented.


rickmick
Comment posted October 31, 2009 @ 5:40 pm

It's the Republicans. It's the Democrats It's the Republicans. It's the Democrats It's the Republicans. It's the Democrats It's VOTER'S that votes for the party and not the person. As Earl Pitts would say ” Wake up America”


rickmick
Comment posted October 31, 2009 @ 5:45 pm

After the votes Monday you will be able to see who vote against the bill and who didn't.


beataroundmybush
Comment posted November 1, 2009 @ 4:08 am

The Constitution was developed to make this a society that we the people have a right to vote but, The GOP is going to stall as long as they can in hopes that none of the present unemployed will not be around to vote then out next election but there will always be a GOP (err') as should say another party to delay passing bills related to the current issue, Healthcare is an important subject but if we are not around to see a good Gov't run option which I feel would not be run efficiently as they can not run the Gov't as it is we will be a third world nation in famine and then people will resort to anyway they can to survive including crime and then jail which is not a god place but they at least feed you and humiliate you…..and the homebuyers tax credit wtf if you dont have a job how can you buy a home anyway? maybe they can buy our homes that we lost? the only important bill I see that was being tacked on was to weed out illegal aliens and they need to go back to where they came from and do it correctly. When the $hit hits the fan it will be an ugly sight.


beataroundmybush
Comment posted November 1, 2009 @ 4:22 am

Politicians will say anything while campaigning, but when they get in the words change and I never heard of a senator or house leader getting impeached and as long as there is enough money backing either side the middle class and poorer class suffer. The rich get richer and the poor get poorer.


olds73
Comment posted November 1, 2009 @ 4:41 am

yea it was the twinky made them do it


olds73
Comment posted November 1, 2009 @ 4:50 am

you don't have to pray to me. (from the desk of mitch mcconnell)


beataroundmybush
Comment posted November 1, 2009 @ 6:44 am

OLDSMOBUBBLE73:

If Mitch really cared about the 10.9% unemployed in Kentucky and thats just the ones still recieving, not those with nothing in benefits he would not have ignored the real issue. If this issue continues you can be sure the crime figures and suicides figures will rise also. I have 2 children who dont realize why Christmas will just be another day of the year. Start thinking about the long term effects and I hope you wont be a victim of this crisis. MAY GOD BLESS YOU and start to do some research EXAMPLE: we are in debt to china in ways you probably dont realize. what was your favorite subject in school, lunch? it sure wasnt history..


beataroundmybush
Comment posted November 1, 2009 @ 6:46 am

start following the real news and try to make sense of it.


beataroundmybush
Comment posted November 1, 2009 @ 6:55 am

OLDSMOBUBBLE73 That is a very intelligent response, maybe it was the rice krispies talking? Can I call you JETHRO? did you gradgitate the 6th grade also? or just spend your time whacking off under your desk?


rickmick
Comment posted November 1, 2009 @ 7:09 am

I agree with you 100% That it is why we don't need to listen to their present words but to listen to their past.


beataroundmybush
Comment posted November 1, 2009 @ 7:34 am

QUOTES FROM ANOTHER:

“Senator Mitch McConnell supports this bunch of lazy ass greedy slacker, 21st century “baby mommas” that are destroying the “American way of life” and is willing to bail them and their pals out with our tax dollars while denying children healthcare “SCHIP” , voting against senior citizens on Medicare and Medicare Part D. How can Senator Mitch McConnell claim to be a patriot when he supports the lazy ass greedy slacker, 21st century “baby momma” banking community that is destroying the “American way of life” and foreclosing on the troops he claims to support? Senator Mitch McConnell a patriot I don’t think so he’s just another, unpatriotic, lazy ass greedy slacker!!!!!!!! “

Mitch McConnell, the Senate Republican whip, arranged to have an amendment added to an appropriations bill that would loosen the restrictions on “leadership PACs,” the campaign committees that many leading members of both parties use to funnel money into the campaigns of their colleagues and their parties as a way of garnering support for future leadership contests. Now, transfers from those committees are limited in size. McConnell’s amendment would erase those limits.


olds73
Comment posted November 1, 2009 @ 8:34 am

stop beatingaroundyourbush and give us your thoughs not something you picked up off the internet


beataroundmybush
Comment posted November 1, 2009 @ 8:59 am

My thoughts:
you know how to use spellcheck or are you just an illiterate..like the GOP? or is it tough for to see what is really going on?

go somewhere else and google a good porn site and get some KY jelly and jerkoff you jerkoff…are we having fun yet ????…keep it coming my IQ is higher than yours! is your sister your momma? I can see your nuts dont fall far from your family tree. the bill will get passed. if it does not I hope you are ready you ignorant SOB!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


olds73
Comment posted November 1, 2009 @ 9:15 am

still beatingaroundyourbush i see. well at least it's the first though you have had that's not ripped off the internet. now we see the real you.


beataroundmybush
Comment posted November 1, 2009 @ 9:21 am

The real me, lets see you have internet and dont have a life. I can help you get a life. MC Connell is going to be in the history books as the worst senator in the new millenium…Go Obama,,Rah Rah Rah oh does that hit a nerve?


olds73
Comment posted November 1, 2009 @ 9:42 am

no I voted obama. i'm 52 years old and never voted GOP in my life. the point here is stop ripping off the internet and tell us what you think. not some thing you read somewhere.


beataroundmybush
Comment posted November 1, 2009 @ 9:53 am

I only posted a viewpoint! what are your views on unemployment, ACORN, 1st time homebuyers credit, weeding out illegal immigrant workers, public option? may be we can agree to agree? I am 51 yrs old and had a great job that was killed by CEO greed. But I will survive. and will remain strong in my will. I lost all I had to my Ex-wife and I only can blame myself, but I still love my children. and will do everything legal I can to help them. ps DONT EVER LET YOUR MOTHER IN LAW MOVE IN. Please dont laugh!


olds73
Comment posted November 1, 2009 @ 10:10 am

just a though on the GOP stalling the unemployment bill over and over and over again. do you think that the GOP are smart enough to know that they are going to lost a lot of seats come election time? do you think the GOP knows that the middle class are the ones who will vote them out of office? Do you think the the GOP knows that the the least likely to vote are the poor and homeless? Do you think that the GOP thinks, if we hold up the unemployment bill it will send million of unemployed into poverty, so the people that are going to vote us out are now the people who are the least likely to vote. If these people don't vote we don't lose or jobs. by holding up this bill the GOP has put 7000 people a day into poverty and thus less likely to vote against them. Just a though.


beataroundmybush
Comment posted November 1, 2009 @ 10:19 am

Now are think we are starting to agree. but if I have to crawl to the polls I will. and will not be sitting at home. I will be starting my own business as thats the only way to survive thanks to the school of life…


beataroundmybush
Comment posted November 1, 2009 @ 10:23 am

olds73

I do aplogize for my snide remarks. I do believe you are one who wants to see us get through this as I am tired of being passed up on employment for young kids who have no idea whats really going on.

the drinks are on me if I can afford it.


olds73
Comment posted November 1, 2009 @ 10:29 am

you need your first employee. i'm looking for work


beataroundmybush
Comment posted November 1, 2009 @ 10:38 am

And now I think we may be on the same page. thank you. the bickering in the senate needs to end. and btw I am all for any political figure that can get this economy going strong …doesnt matter what side they are on. as long as they can see whats important at the moment. I was brought up by a father that lived through the depression. and I hope this will not come down to a depression. Or we will all be screwed. thanks for your insight and I will never post another quote again. And when it hit the fan VA, SS and all other benefits will become non existent

I thank you for your insight of the GOP
but I already realized that and btw I am not for alot of the bills OBAMA is trying to push. so lets continue to agree…. Happy Sunday and wish you the with all my heart. I hope we all can make it one way or another. you need pc repairs contact me and dont touch windows 7 it $ucks


beataroundmybush
Comment posted November 1, 2009 @ 10:49 am

Now were talking …I do need some experienced people how can we connect?


karen1965
Comment posted November 1, 2009 @ 7:03 pm

Ladies and gents we need to get a message to the Senate. I propose that with the upcoming election we show up at polling places armed with signs and intelligent viewpoints. We need to grab media coverage, we need to let the senate know in a very public forum that we are not going to forgive and forget.

Whatever election is taking place in your individual states make sure the message that we should be treated better than other countries that we can't wait to give a helping hand.

We have to stop attacking each other and attack the real enemie, EVERY POLITICIAN CURRENTLY HOLDING A SEAT IN THE HOUSE AND SENATE.

This issue could have been handled before the August recess, so Reid acting like he is doing everything he can now does not impress me.

WE MUST MAKE SURE THIS NEVER HAPPENS AGAIN!!


DrslCny
Comment posted November 2, 2009 @ 8:52 am

ok its monday lets get the show on the road, starting with my phone calls to these idiots offices already this morning…. Something needs to be done!!! NOW


sadinmn
Comment posted November 2, 2009 @ 10:46 am

Closure Vote scheduled for 5pm EST. So once that is done 30hrs from then they'll finally vote on the actual bill in the senate. and then the games begin with the house and if they'll accept it. I'm guessing it'll be a miracle if this bill gets to Obama before next week.


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LickMitch2010
Comment posted November 2, 2009 @ 12:39 pm

Mitch is done in 2010 the KY voters have spoken


curtis
Comment posted November 2, 2009 @ 12:49 pm

I hope everybody called their Senator over the Weekend I called mine. and Senator Kyl from Arizona. Will somebody with cable watch cspan this afternoon and keep us posted.


LickMitch2010
Comment posted November 2, 2009 @ 12:57 pm

CSPAN : Obama spoke from the whitehouse but his pet right now is healthcare but if they cant run the government now how can they run healthcare?


curtis
Comment posted November 2, 2009 @ 4:19 pm

Healthcare won't matter at all to the million people soon to be homeless.
If I can't even pay my utilities, How am I going to pay for healthcare. Healthcare should not be a priority right now. Keeping people off the street and looking for jobs is way more important. Come on BO this is not the change we wanted.


Conservative895
Comment posted November 3, 2009 @ 3:51 pm

I need a plunger. Toilet won't flush.


Esquared2009
Comment posted November 3, 2009 @ 4:03 pm

just your hand and your lungs and suck it out…

God bless you…


Conservative895
Comment posted November 3, 2009 @ 6:00 pm

I'll flip channels between springer and c-span. Great cat fight on springer earlier.
vagal got the best of karen. HR 3548 is coming up for a possible midnight vote.
There is a quorum call right now. A bunch of old Senators pacing around like cats in the night. A couple of hot looking girls on the senate floor. Now they are playing clasical music. Sounded like Al Frankin farted. Now Sen Teddy Bear Kaufman is talking about some Federal employee and climate change. Time to hit the Golden Throne. Have a good one, Johnson


rubmydem
Comment posted November 3, 2009 @ 6:03 pm

Make sure you wipe it good. and only shake willy 1 time or you are playing with it. do you have a good blueboy magazine to read?


trace1000
Comment posted November 4, 2009 @ 7:31 am

Conservative895:

Dont be a hater if you cant say something nice then dont say it.


fasteddiekc
Comment posted November 4, 2009 @ 7:42 am

conservative is ferverently defending his ideology. i bet if you asked him he is against every dime of money government uses to assist the less fortunate. he has his right to be defensive of his beliefs. however, there is a GOD, and it's been my experience that what goes around surely comes around. i wish him the best whensoever his yacht sinks.


dontfret
Comment posted November 4, 2009 @ 8:33 am

Thats probably the yacht in him toilet


voteindependent
Comment posted November 4, 2009 @ 10:04 pm

CON895
you are just mad because you work off the books and dont pay taxes and don't quailify for the extension!!!!
So get to bed!! don't forget to change your diaper!! you need to be up early to go pick that lettuce……….hahahahahahahahaa lmao hahahahahahahaha loser!!!
BTW: You watch “Springer”? that says alot about you!!! But I guess you believe that crap isn't fake, and you can relate to those people…
Then people wonder whats wrong with this country!! idots like you…!!


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voteindependent
Comment posted November 5, 2009 @ 3:04 am

CON895
you are just mad because you work off the books and dont pay taxes and don't quailify for the extension!!!!
So get to bed!! don't forget to change your diaper!! you need to be up early to go pick that lettuce……….hahahahahahahahaa lmao hahahahahahahaha loser!!!
BTW: You watch “Springer”? that says alot about you!!! But I guess you believe that crap isn't fake, and you can relate to those people…
Then people wonder whats wrong with this country!! idots like you…!!


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Mrtcomputers
Comment posted July 25, 2011 @ 9:10 pm

get it done damnit. i know it doesnt affect you tards because you have a job.  a lot of hard working people lost there jobs and need help. do it, no time for bickering egt something in place then add amendments to it.


Mrtcomputers
Comment posted July 25, 2011 @ 9:10 pm

get it done damnit. i know it doesnt affect you tards because you have a job.  a lot of hard working people lost there jobs and need help. do it, no time for bickering egt something in place then add amendments to it.


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