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Join Jim and Greg for two good martinis and some craziness. They welcome evidence that the spread of COVID-19 may be slowing in New York. They also salute private industries shifting their focus in big ways to meet the demand for ventilators, masks and more. And they roll their eyes as Nancy Pelosi begins eyeing the next big spending bill.
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If there’s a reason to justify Bernie Sanders staying in the presidential race, Pelosi’s efforts to restore tax breaks for the millionaires and billionaires in her district and others, mainly in the Northeast and on the West Coast, pretty much is it, since his entire reason for being is to rail against tax breaks for billionaires (and millionaires before he became one). Which is why it would be nice if some media people would ask both Bernie and Joe Biden their positions on Pelosi’s proposal, and what Democratic voters’ reactions would be to their replies (even if Sanders’ only answer is “Medicare for All!”)
And even if Biden’s only answer is “Get these squirrels off me!”