Published: Monday, Nov. 25 2013 12:00 a.m. MST
And the trend will continue.The rich who are getting gricher already
have their houses, that's why the Dow Jones is at record level highs.While the poor and middle classes who actully buy those houses and drive the
REAL economy are getting poorer.
@ LDS Liberal. (Your moniker is an oxymoron) You are doing what Hitler
did to the Jews. Demonizing a class of people and turning everyone against
them. Perhaps if you studied economics you would understand the important role
rich people play in the economy. I'm not of the 1%, but I get how it
works.If you end the wealthy class, we all suffer. Everyone's
standard of living would go down. Including the poor. Is that what you want?
Even more poverty?Sadly, the rise of the democrats will coincide
with the demise of America.
JimE@ LDS Liberal. (Your moniker is an oxymoron) ===========I follow the LDS ProphetandApostles who have clearly
stated, "THE EXPERIENCE OF MANKIND has shown that the people...
among whom wealth is the most equally distributed, enjoy the largest degree of
liberty, are the least exposed to tyranny and oppression and suffer the
least..." "ONE OF THE GREAT EVILS with which our own nation
is menaced at the present time is the wonderful growth of wealth in the hands of
a comparatively few individuals. Our very liberties...are endangered by the
monstrous power which this accumulation of wealth gives to a few individuals and
a few powerful corporations." "If this evil should not be
checked, and measures not taken to prevent the continued enormous growth of
riches among the class already rich, and the painful increase of destitution and
want among the poor, the nation is likely to be overtaken by disaster;...the
sure precursor of ruin." As to your comment about Hitler -- Victims of the holocaust :nonChristians [including Jews], homosexuals, communists, liberals, illegal immigrants, the homeless, while also outlawing;opposing political
parties or views, abortion, pornography, Perhaps if you
studied HISTORY you would understand the difference between rightwing and
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