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Published: Thursday, Jan. 23 2014 12:21 p.m. MST

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Christopher B
Ogden, UT

"But the fact the top 1 percent are pulling away has had little effect on the ability of those in the bottom fifth to rise to the top fifth, the study found."

Obviously.

Just because Mitt Romney has become exponentially more rich does not mean its harder for me. I have the same opportunity to go improve myself whether Mitt Romney is worth 10 million or 100 million. Only a lazy person would try and blame their situation on someone who is unusually rich.

It's not Mitt's responsibility to improve my financial situation. It's all my responsibility.

george of the jungle
goshen, UT

Are we talking about Gov. workers wages and the privet sector. Crazy amounts of money spent on useless jobs in the Gov. and 0 wage in-cress for the privet sector since the 70's.

A Guy With A Brain
Enid, OK

Article title: "Study: Climbing Income Ladder Hasn't Grown Harder"

Ssshhhh!.....don't tell the liberals, the Wall Street protestors and the Wisconsin state employee protestors this. After all, they know better.

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