Mitchell Bard: Income Inequality Is the Achilles Heel in the GOP Strategy to Demonize

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    The government bailout coming from taxpayer money. How can the GOPtards be against the bailouts yet protect and support the rich retards that took the bailout money as being the victims of class warfare?
     
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    GOP=for the rich party.
     
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    OMG, you people and your stupid sayings.

    INCOME INEQUALITY..

    good gawd, give us a BREAK.
     
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    Where is 'income inequality' mentioned in the Constitution? Anyone?
     
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    It's a fact and reality.
    The GOP is out of touch and I mean really out of touch with Main Street America ala the Middle Class. We have had two new tax proposals and each lowers the taxes of the top percentiles, while raising taxes on those who have seen decades of flat wages despite extremely good profits. More and more of the Middle Class are living check-to-check and the top candidates for the GOP want to make it even tougher for them to survive. And one doesn't think the Middle Class doesn't see this? Every poll shows that people see catering to the the wealthy at the expense of the of the Middle Class. I don't think the Middle Class is quite ready for a Serf Nation!
    I sure don't want to see Obama in office after January 20th, 2013, but if the GOP keeps up their submission to Big Money and the Middle Class keeps on being told they have shoulder more responsibility, Obama may actually get a second term.
     
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    Many who used to feel secure in “middle America” now feel left behind...
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    Can America survive without its backbone, the middle class?
    Tuesday 01 November 2011 - As the gaps within the classes widen, American society is starting to fracture.
     

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