Monday, December 21, 2020

Show-Me Shutoff Moratorium Demand

Increased advocacy for freebies this Christmas. Given that utilities are propped up by local governments and BARELY private companies . . . This is the perfect place to start "The Great Reset" that terrifies your drunk uncle.

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Hartmann: Utility Shutoff Protection Must Last as Long as Pandemic

There's one essential difference between Missouri public utilities and their customers during the tragic COVID-19 pandemic: No matter what happens, the utilities will come out fine in the end. For that reason alone, the utility companies ought to keep doing the one thing Missouri's worthless state government never will: give frightened and struggling customers the assurance that under no circumstances will they lose their service through the first quarter of 2021.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Not everyone who does not pay their utilities bills was laid off work due to the pandemic. Some are just deadbeats. The demands for "free" (actually, taxpayer financed) rent and utilities is way too broad. There should be some requirement to prove inability to pay is pandemic related.

Anonymous said...

^^and yet you don't have any proof of who was laid off for what, and are just shooting off your diseased mouth because you're lonely and bitter. Screw you fucktard. Weird.

Anonymous said...

That bullshit didn't work for my tenants. No rent? No utilities. No problem! At least not for me.

Anonymous said...

^^Good for you pop paw, no get off the internet and go do something productive for once in your failed life.

Anonymous said...

Throw the bums out!

Anonymous said...

^^as opposed to poor white-trash like you? Bitch please, more whites are on welfare than blacks. Boom! Your geezer skull just got crushed. No go steal some more copper for your meth-addiction.

Anonymous said...

Go back to your mommy's panties and your video games junior.

Anonymous said...

^^as soon as you go back to your applesauce and Matlock grampy!

Anonymous said...

@2:33, what is it like a 51/49 split?