Let's just throw $200 to $700 billion at it and see if that fixes it.
Good thing we extended that date. I mean, we wouldn't want the American people to be without their television. That could mean that people might actually go outside and do things, or do stuff around the house, or go on vacations, or go out and look for a job because they just got laid off. These would have been serious problems. But it's been solved now. Our government is looking out for our TV watching rights.