Media Conservatives Redefine Middle Class To Shield Wealthy Taxpayers From Slightly H

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    Where in there did they "redefine middle class"?
     
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    Your post is exactly why I started my thread with the question..."what do you consider middle class?"

    If you answer that, I'll respond to your question.

    I need to know where you stand in order to properly answer.
     
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    To your question- I'm comfortable with a 50-250k range. Although I understand that 50k in new York, is not the same as 50k in meadsville.

    As to mine, setting aside the fact that they made no attempt to define, let alone refine middle class...

    "middle class" is a vague term often with personal definitions, and is different depending on the person you're speaking to.
     

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