No bailout for the unemployed

UPDATE: Senate rejected extending H.R. 4213 yesterday, the bill will be revised and resubmitted.

Recently, Congress enjoyed a week off for Memorial Day while America’s unemployed worried about the future of their benefits. Amidst rumors of a recovering economy, 12.1 percent of Clayton county’s population are still unemployed, compared to Georgia at 10.9% according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

H.R. 4213 (American Jobs and Closing Tax Loopholes Act of 2010) will extend COBRA and the filing deadline for tiers 1-4 of unemployment benefits until November 30, 2010. Other provisions include restoring the flow of credit to small businesses, an extension of the current rate of Medicare payments to doctors, several targeted tax cuts and a recently added price per barrel tax to clean up the Gulf oil spill, among other things. Price tag is $127 billion, including $43 billion of new revenue being raised by closing tax loopholes affecting wealthy individuals and corporations. Tier 5 for the long-term unemployed isn’t even being considered in this bill.

Although there have been delays by politicians on both sides of the aisle, Representative John Linder (R-Georgia) has suggested that receiving extended unemployment benefits keep people from looking for work. While I don’t doubt some may be working the system, I’ll bet the majority are not.

“I hate that people assume I don’t want to work,” says resident and legal secretary Jaydah Cunningham. “I’ve hardly gotten interviews and when I do there are so many people applying for the same job, it’s hard out there and without the unemployment check, I don’t know how we’ll survive if I don’t find work soon.”

“Until sufficient jobs are created to give the long-term unemployed a decent chance of finding work, Congress must continue to extend the Recovery Act’s unemployment insurance and COBRA provisions (which are themselves efficient job creators), and should enact a new program of cash assistance for the long-term unemployed,” Dr. Lawrence Mishel of the Economic Policy Institute testified before the House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Income Security and Family Support last week.

Should Congress approve H.R. 4213 to extend unemployment benefits?

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June 14th, 2010
10:02 am

Thank you for writing this article! Other media outlets are either ignoring the issue or coming out against this (ABC news, Washington Post.) In the previously mentioned media outlets, they are latching onto tax quibbles added to the bill, not even mentioning the whole point of hr 4213.
I urge anyone who cares about the unemployed to call their senators to pass hr 4213 THIS WEEK!!


June 14th, 2010
10:17 am

my husband has been looking since the dya he was laid off…still nothing…now when we filed we found out theres no money left..what r we gonna do? we have a mortg and children…we need the help instead of helping out the foreign countrys please help the USA


June 14th, 2010
10:33 am

Republicans were not concerned about deficits when they started two wars. They also had money for Wall Street. Now is the time to help Mainstreet. No incumbents are safe this november.

Yeah, okay

June 14th, 2010
10:40 am

I agree with RP, finding info on this bill is like finding a needle in a haystack! The media won’t touch it and the politicians are acting like they don’t care. I will remember them come election time, America cares more about foreign interests and their than it does about its own citizens.


June 14th, 2010
10:42 am

While I can agree that some may be taking advantage of the situation, I can say that my wife and I have been out of work for 8 months, and during that time I have submitted over 600 applications. And I probably only have actually been called for an interview about 6 times in 8 months. I am either over qualified or just one of the hundreds of people applying for the same job.

I can tell everyone that Unemployment checks are no luxury, we can barely survive day to day, and only pay survival bills, and with tons of credit collection calls daily, it’s a reminder that we don’t have a pretty picture in our current situation. And even if we find employment soon, this family will be in a depression for years to come.


June 14th, 2010
10:52 am

Money for Iraq, money for Afganastan, money for everyone except our own hurting citizens. I to will remember our politicans (particularly Rep’s) come election time.


June 14th, 2010
10:54 am

It is ridiculous to think people would rather try to survive on unemplyment benefits than to live on wages. Unemployment can barely keep food on the table and it certainly provides nothing past the very bare necessaries. If these politician don’t act soon to provide help for the long term unemployed it will be time to give them a dose of their own medicine. VOTE THEM OUT

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K Richards

June 14th, 2010
1:23 pm

I and most of the staff lost our private school teaching positions (no retirement) on June 12, 2009. The multitudes who respond to any and all “new” jobs are phenomenal. Interviews for teachers (or almost anything else!) at my age (63) are considered beyond the pale. This morning, for the first time in my life, I wrote to CA Senators Boxer and Feinstein regarding HR4213. I honestly do not know what I will do if this bill is not passed today, as I am not certain how much lower I can go, as I already live an extraordinarily frugal life. PRAY!


June 14th, 2010
1:24 pm

Bailout for the unemployed? Do you mean the extension after extension of unemployment benefits that have been perpetuated since OBAMA took office. Since the stimulus packages did nothing for unemployment – since the earmarks did very little for unemployment those moneys could have been better used as unemployment benefits. But to pile one on top of the other on top of the other is insane and is burying us.


June 14th, 2010
2:42 pm

I have worked my entire life within education and then recently with a STATE AGENCY which I was laid off from. I am a single mother and HAVE been looking for a job. So the ones who are against passing this obviously have not been in the unemployment line. Trust me there are alot of overpaid people sitting on the state and government level and they wonder why our budget is screwed???????? The bill needs to pass!


June 14th, 2010
2:59 pm

Prior to WW2 America had two classes, the rich and poor. Post WW2 saw the emergence of a third class, the middle class. For the next two decades the middle class surged but then something happened called Reagonomics. Reagonomics was simply the “corporatization” of the American society and the target was the middle class. Well here we are 22 years later and as a result the middle class has been decimated! We are truly on our way back to the two class system where the ultimate goal is involuntary servitude. Why? because the biggist cost of production is labor and America did become a very wealthy country because of free labor (slaves) we will become an oppresive police state soon


June 14th, 2010
3:09 pm

Great Article, seriously thanks for spreading the facts. We have got to Call our senators and email and call NOW more then ever. They have know problem bailing out(with our money) Wall Street, Greece, Palestine, and on and on. But we the people are left to die on the street. Trillions in bailouts and they can’t give Americans unemployment?… The time is now, Elections are literally right around the corner.we must send our whole government a loud and clear message, Shape up or Ship out. We must work together on this we are all in the same boat.


June 14th, 2010
3:29 pm

Congress leaves 99ers out in the cold!

Google to send this message to Congress. It is awesome!


Senators and Representatives:

You should be ashamed of yourselves, and here’s why.

You’re failing them again.

You have decided to ignore the people you reduced to poverty. This includes all who have exhausted their ui benefits whatever the total of weeks, 99,72,39… The longest unemployed workers did not create this depression, you did. You did this with your failure to regulate the banks, health industry, and corporations. People who were fully employed, paying taxes, and raising families are now paying the price for your negligence. They trusted you to keep something like this from happening. You failed them.

Now you are deliberately failing them again. This may be a recession for you, but it’s a depression for them. You knew this depression would last longer than until March, yet you had and have no plans to add additional unemployment tiers to keep these people from becoming increasingly destitute. Tens of thousands began to lose all financial support on March 14. This is increasing to hundreds of thousands, and will be millions if you don’t enact another tier. You know with full clarity that these benefits were the only money keeping food on their tables. You know that the benefits ran out in March, and that these American families are on the path to shelters and soup kitchens.

…and this is not of their making. They’re not to blame. You are.
…and you discounted them again by allowing their benefits to end with Tier IV.

By the way, don’t pride yourself on extending the current benefits for the more recently unemployed. Of course you should have done this, but as you know, the bill as it is written did not help any of those who have been the longest and hardest hit by this depression. The Bill only half addresses the unemployed, and 50% is an F.

Please make sure that the only choice for Americans who want to work is either a job or unemployment benefits. Don’t end benefits until there are jobs for them. As of now, there is only 1 job for every 6 unemployed workers. Take care of these victims.

[Your name]

dick gazzinya

June 14th, 2010
3:57 pm

like you guys were going to vote anything but democrat anyway. your too funny

dave emilo

June 14th, 2010
4:11 pm

yes i have never seen the job market so bad and as a single father my 26 weeks are up next week and i NEED this asap!!!

david losolot

June 14th, 2010
5:51 pm

I have nothing against republicans,but they believe in rich people and not the average person which is o.k. because this is a free country, vote for all dems? not because there’re any better, they just care a little more for the average person than the republicans does!!!

democrats care? really?

June 14th, 2010
7:07 pm

So the democrats care, huh? Why is it then that on the democrats watch, with them having both the house & senate, as well as the presidency… they have been unable and unwilling to create jobs or programs that would create jobs? I’m not advocating the creation of programs like the new deal, or Tennessee Valley Authority, but programs like those could EASILY be created and would employ the numerous amounts of people needing work, rather than just paying them unemployment benefits. Additionally, your beloved democrats could employ rules that would force companies to stop off shoring jobs and keep them in the United States, and force a certain % of jobs to maintained in this country. Why have none of these things been done, even though they were promised and touted back in 08? Simple…. both the democrats and republicans(with very few exceptions on both sides) don’t give a flying crap about anyone except those that can get them re-elected, and those that are helping them once they’re out of office.


June 14th, 2010
7:52 pm

Congress wants to do something about the deficit?

Here’s a suggestion … how about if all of them take a pay cut! That should help!

@ Dick – I voted for Senator Isakson and Representative Price when they were last up for re-election and if they would vote “yes” for HR-4213 I would vote for them again. I’m actually pretty conservative, but if they’re not willing to help me, then I won’t be willing to help them. So if they’re not voting for the bill, then I won’t be voting for them.

And you know what else – the Republicans talk a good game about lowering the deficit, but it seems they don’t live by the same rules.

1) Ronald Reagan (1981-1989): Inherited roughly $908 billion in debt, and took it up to $2.6 trillion. Change: +186%.
2) George H.W. Bush (1989-1993): Took Reagan’s $2.6 trillion up to $4.2 trillion. Change: +62%.
3) Bill Clinton (1993-2001): Took Bush’s $4.2 trillion up to $5.7 trillion. Change: +36%…. See More… See More
4) George W. Bush (2001-2009): Took Clinton’s $5.7 trillion up above $10.6 trillion. Change: +86%.
5) Barack Obama (2009-2010): So far, has taken Bush’s $10.6 trillion up to $13 trillion. Change: +23%.


June 14th, 2010
7:59 pm

The sad thing is that unless hell freezes over Isakson & Chambliss will not vote for this bill. I’ve already been told that multiple times by each of their offices (well not the “hell freezes over” part, but it was pretty much that general idea). Perish the thought that they actually do the right thing and cross the Republican party leadership.


June 14th, 2010
8:48 pm

It is ridiculous that many in the GOP claim that unemployment encourages folks to not look for work:

1) In my state (CA), unemployment benefits are tiered– ie: if you were only making $10 an hour before, you’ll prolly only receive about 150-200 a week or 7-800 a month for a max of 99 weeks. If anybody thinks they can make it in CA on 10k a year, get your head checked out. Even a minimum wage job will pay you closer to 20k per year.

2) If you do happen to hit the $450 cap, you would’ve had to make about 50k previously, but now settle for about $20k a year. CA has some of the most generous benefits, go figure.

Every cent of unemployment will be spent.

Politicians that are worried about encouraging a welfare lifestyle need to get real.

The Working Poor

June 14th, 2010
10:31 pm

Hello stupid! The federal government can only create federal government jobs. Private sector jobs are created by the private sector. That means the rich are screwing you. Your past have caught up with you. Where did this start. Here’s the question that conservatives have YET to answer: Where was this level of protest when the nation was getting BUSH whacked…and when Reagan’s “trickle-down” actually meant “pi$$ed-on”? Whenever people dissented against Bush and Reagan, they were called UN-AMERICAN and TRAITORS; can we put that shoe on the RIGHT foot?? Actually the last person a Conservative should quote is Ronald Reagan. Reagan brought us the economic policy of cutting taxes and increasing spending. Reagan introduced the idea that we could cut taxes while increasing spending and have the national debt go down. When Reagan was sworn in the national debt was $957 billion; today, after 30 years of Reaganomics, the national debt is $12.8 trillion. The talking head didn’t talk about deficit from 2000-2008, now all of a sudden we have a deficit problem! Yea, right.


June 14th, 2010
10:47 pm

I support reform but jobs are what’s needed not more govrnment handouts. Where is Obama’s infrastructure TARP money to fund road repair and jobs? That is what is needed.



June 14th, 2010
10:59 pm

KarlS says, “Where is Obama’s infrastructure TARP money to fund road repair and jobs?” You know Sonny and the republicians “Didn’t” accept Obama’s infrastructure TARP money! That’s your answer!


June 15th, 2010
12:54 am

There are plenty of jobs out there. Many just think they’re above some of them. If you’ve been out of a job for multiple months, you’re too lazy or too picky. Beggars can’t be choosers. Quit living off my dime. I was laid off from a great job and almost lost everything. I worked three jobs for eight months to support my family until I found one in my field. Don’t give me some some sob story about how hard it is. I know. I also know if you’ve been laid off and are still sitting around your living room, you’re not trying hard enough. After all, this is Clayton County. What would one expect but entitlement.

SynamonSays!...What do you say?

June 15th, 2010
2:22 am

President Obama is not the problem! I am astounded but not surprised by some of the posts regarding our Head of State. My message is, Voting Matters–Lets Not Pretend in 2010. Join me this Sunday, July 20th at 6pm when my guest will be Senator Gail Buckner, Candidate For Secretary of State. Sign onto at 6pm for our live interactive interview.


June 15th, 2010
9:36 am

I See the same one or two trolls are posting under many different names. We can tell when you make the same spelling and grammar mistakes over and over. Sigh.


June 15th, 2010
9:56 am


h, linsey lowes

June 15th, 2010
12:12 pm

please congress you try and get employment…change your looks so wont be recognized…fill out forms day after day and heaven help you if over 40/50 even with great credentials references from days long gone…try and keep your children in public schools…to the doctor…buy their close books…have a roof over their heads…I know couples who were executives with similar companies gone, gone..they clean houses, take care of sick people, anything they can for a few dollars to keep going…how can the jerks in both parties make such blanket comments, when dollars going to billions that they children and grandchildren will have to

h, linsey lowes

June 15th, 2010
12:16 pm

please have filled in over three times my correct name and e/mail address and have poured my heart out and you say i not done this or that…and my pleaseeeeee are gone…not everyone is sitting and trying to live on the so called what ever. money…try and get work…just try…over and over …clean houses, mow lawns…work in the kitchens….have great references…had important positions…oh yes three children school age, but almost 50…helppp


June 15th, 2010
12:34 pm

Hey Just ME – How dumb are you? The deficits you speak of are cumulative – from one administration to the next. In 8 years – using your figures – Bush administration added to the deficit 5 trillion. With Obama doing 2.5 trillion in one and a half years – after 8 years of Obama that would equal 12.5 trillion – since your grasp of math is lacking – that is 2 and a half times more than the last administation.

Bless your heart.


June 15th, 2010
12:45 pm

Jobs will come back when (a) something is done about illegal immigration, (b) when the govt. cuts taxes instead of what this Obama administration is doing – raising everyones taxes. Remember – they are spending money like thay can print it – - oh yeah they can. Who do you blame for the recession – mainly brought on by a collapsing home market. The Democrats for setting up the whole debacle or the Republicans who could not convince the Democrats that the issue was coming to a head. The stimulus plan and the health care plan are boon-doggles. Can we at least get back to moderates running our country instead of socialist democrat crazies.

SynamonSays!...What do you say?

June 15th, 2010
1:21 pm

And you point is?


June 15th, 2010
3:04 pm

Just watch, they wont even discuss anything about unemployment until Friday, then they will conveinently run out of time, so they will wait until next week. Im so damn tired of hearing it will be next week. Why dont the Pres, instead of kissing azz, suspend all their pay until the jobs return, or tell them it will be next week, for about 7 months. PELOSI MUST GO, and every politician who has prevented us AMERICANS from getting help, but they will approve sending BILLIONS to people who pay NOTHING into Our Country. The Pres and Congress prefers to sell out our Country, they are the TRAITORS to America

Yeah right

June 15th, 2010
3:51 pm

President Obama already did all he can for now by signing off on the bill, don’t blame him blame the representatives you put in office who are now saying you’re too lazy to work. I bet you voted republican & now they’re screwing you along with the rest of us. But I bet they’re living good, eating good & not worrying about how they’ll make it from day to day. I blame Congress alone for this.


June 15th, 2010
5:49 pm

Is everyone out of their minds? What do you think these unemployed are doing? I will tell you – they are busting their a$$es trying to get a job, trying to recover their dignity, trying to pay their bills, trying to provide medical aid to their family – and I could go on.


I was laid off from a company after 16 yrs of dedication. NOBODY has responded to my resume send-outs other than marketers, which are pretty irrelevant. Even the NJ unemployment bureau sends me totally ridiculous job listings which have NOTHING to do with my experience OR resume whatsoever. I have not received a SINGLE true job offer in the 14 months I have been unemployed.

PLUS: This is the ONLY time I have EVER collected unemployment benefits – and I am 64 yrs old. WHAT! Do you think I am a hanger-on? Not on your life! Not my generation.

And I want to tell you this – my generation is NOT EVEN BEING COUNTED in the unemployment statistics. We are being counted as RETIRED. But I am NOT retired. I am forced into retirement. How many others out there are in the same boat????

Even when hiring begins again, folks of my age will be at the bottom of the list. So many jobs will be coveted, but both the young [no experience] and the old [too much experience, thus too much salary requirements] will be tossed from the candidate list.


June 15th, 2010
6:23 pm

DoubleAction of Clayton County, Your “Constitution and Bill of Rights” as “orginally written” was Fundamental Fault” because it mentioned me as 3/5 a man! Now you want me to give a damn about your “Rights”. You never thought about mine! Even in 2010 in your land of plenty I can’t get any “Justice!


June 15th, 2010
7:38 pm

It is a shame that they refuse to extend the unemployment wages for people who have worked most of their life and they give checks to all these lazy people who have never worked a check and food stamps. They have it all backwards. Working people deserve to draw funds from which they worked its the ones who sit home and collect a check for having baby after baby without a daddy who doesn’t deserve a check. So call your Congressman and tell them to get it right. These people didn’t walk off their job to receive a check their jobs ran out or had to let them go for no reason of their own. Remember to do the Right thing and hold on. God is an On Time God and We must Believe and Trust in Him.


June 15th, 2010
8:38 pm

What the Fed should do, if anything, to restrict the 4 tiers (in addition to shaving the $25 stimulus stipend) is level the playing field between states. Why should RI unemployed get up to $688 a week and CA, where the cost of living is probably 2x cap out at $450?

Scale back the Fed payout to states that arguably could be encouraging dole abuse by paying too much. CA’s $450 seems like a stopgap solution whereas RI’s $688 seems relatively extravagant.


June 16th, 2010
3:23 am

Im a 99er and Im dying over here. I have been looking for work for 2 years me and millons of others that lets congress know we are up against many while job searching. Ive been rejected more than I can keep up with and thats no good feeling. We need an extension Congress you know there are not many jobs right now. You guys are doing this because you can. Ive even thought about suicide thats how depress ive been since I lost my job I ve lost it all and now that I have no income Ive truly lost everything.

Troy Laack

June 16th, 2010
3:37 am

I’m a journalist with 20 years experience, yet I’ve been jobless since August 2007 when I was laid off. Why in the hell would anyone think we’re not looking for work? I’ve sent out hundreds of resumes, cover letters and examples of my writing over the last three years and filled out numerous applications for work outside my field. Want us to work – fine. Re-establish the Works Progress Administration. This isn’t a recession, it’s a depression and it’s going to get worse with the BP oil leak fiasco! At the very least outlaw or regulate temp agencies. Force employers to hire after 90 days of work or give a good reason why not! And make Walmart pay reparations for sending the vast majority of our factory jobs to China! Why isn’t America holding the people accountable who created this economic crisis!

dick gazzinya

June 16th, 2010
11:20 am

po man crying a river sgain


June 16th, 2010
11:41 am

I have a child who has been out of work for almost a year. He has been looking but he will never get hired as long as employers are not hiring. They are not hiring because our Democratic Congress are anti Business and pro
Big Government. With all the stupidity and Big Taxes they have passed this past year against Businesses and the “wealthy” (Usually business owners) They can’t afford to stay in business.. So how is all that Hope and Change you voted in working for YOU? For MY family it sucks.


June 16th, 2010
4:59 pm

to Yeah Right – how are the Republicans screwing you along – they are not the ones in power – the Democrats are. – DEMOCRATS were the ones who set up banks for failure, causing a trillion dollars bank bailout – they are the ones who spent a trillion on a non-existent stimulus package, they are the ones who are spending a trillion on socialist health care. Sure – just keep blaming the Republicans – till Americans wake up and boot out the left-wind socialist radical part of the Democratic party. Starting Nov 2010 – finally some moderation.


June 16th, 2010
6:58 pm

After 27 years, I lost my job March 26th. I hate it when lawmakers make unfounded remarks regarding UI benefits such as it being extended keeps people from looking. Not true. I look at ads everyday. And usually the job openings are for those with a degree. It doesn’t matter that I have 27 years experience in many different areas. There are so many applying for one job that employers can be picky about who they choose. I have two friends who lost their job the same day I did and have been hitting the pavement and sending out resumes for nearly 3 months. Nothing available, part time, too old, or the pay is not nearly what is drawn on UI. Minimum wage doesn’t pay the bills and the majority of those I worked with had no degree and were living hand to mouth, day by day, if that. That’s not an excuse–it’s the truth. You want to know why the unemployment falls occasionally–because those people are not drawing it anymore and they are jobless. And probably soon to be homeless as well.


June 16th, 2010
7:13 pm

I know this is hard to accept for people who live in Fox News/Tea Party land. There, it is unquestioned dogma that “out of control social spending” and “giving my $ to lazy people” is THE cause of the deficit. The problem with this belief is that it is just that – a belief – which does not match up with reality. Declining revenue has been the greatest contributor to the deficit. Republicans 2003-2008 “Two Unfunded Wars” created some debt. Republicans broke the world from 2000-2008, the Democrats more than 18 months to fix it! You guy need to stop watching Fox News; you’re drunk on Hannity juice! ! The Republicians already “HALTED” your unemployment bennie today! VOTE DEMOCRATS


June 16th, 2010
7:19 pm

BnB, interesting post. it reminds me of a youtube post i recently saw:

Kim, thanks 4 what u do

You just won't listen

June 16th, 2010
7:22 pm

David Scott and most of Congress are out of touch with reality. This is not a personal attack on David Scott; this is an opinion of what is wrong with the politicians in office, especially at the level of office he is at. They keep voting for pay raises for themselves and you believe that they are there for you. They receive a Golden Parachute for Retirement and yet they cut your unemployment and SS benefits and you blame Bush and the republicans. They opted out themselves their businesses and their families from the healthcare bill. Now that should tell you something, but yet you all keep voting him and all of the other incumbents back in office.
David Scott also was a huge supporter of Barney Frank; he personally helped raise financial support for Barney Frank’s bid for re-election for the past two terms. And in case you don’t know who Barney Franks is, he is the Chairman of the House Committee on Financial Services. Now are you getting the picture? If not, let me draw it a little more clearly. Barney’s boyfriend was the CEO and Owner of one of the largest failing Mortgage companies that preyed upon low income minority voters, but hey, you all kept voting for him then complaining that Bush was to blame. We will you get it? The House of Rep.’s has been controlled by the Democrats for over 10 years, if not longer. THEY ARE THE ONES WHO CONTROL THE MONEY. Know the players and know the game. I’ll bet most of you can’t name your Two U.S. Senators, but know who your favorite sports teams coach is and who he played for in college and who your favorite sports player is and what his stats are, but yet when it comes to our elected officials, you don’t care. You just vote for them because they are black and they were nice to you once. Well get this, they are politicians, they know how to do that.


June 16th, 2010
7:25 pm

Vote Democrat! It’s a funny thing how now MLK Jr. is Revered, Respected, Honored, Admired, Venerated! However, when was he was living the “Right” called him Communist, Socialist, Marxist. Funny, that the same thing they’re calling President Obama. Whats wrong with that?

Melody Davis

June 16th, 2010
7:44 pm

STOP!! Looking for a job!!!!, Learn a trade and make your own money! AC Repair, Home Repair, Sewing ANYTHING!! POST 9-11 America will NEVER be the same again. Going forward one is either rich or poor. The middle class will be decimated by 2020. Idiots like DACC are only concerned about his rights (We all know he is refering to his second amendment rights) while the rich get richer and the poor get poorer. Now you want a case study in human nature? Obama was funded by the uber rich and elected by the poor masses. How does one serve two masters? P.S. Synamon,
stop promoting your lame, biased, and ill produced internet show. Synamon says…what? Who cares.