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Some people don't have to read or study it...they are living it.
Cool! Thanks for sharing that!
The fight between the Rich and the Poor is just like the fight in the Middle East...the end will be a long time coming! A Fool and His Money are soon parted so if the Rich don't want to share, they can die with it. Faith without works is dead, so if the Poor don't/won't stand up and work for what they want/need, then they too will die in that condition. Change has to be a duel-action movement...otherwise the fussing and fighting continues and most things stay the same.
To the Politicians: If an Employee is not making at least $10 an hour, that Employee is Poor enough. When Minimum Wage can become a whole ten dollar bill, then the Poor People will have something to work with to make a family living. Food, Gas, Electric, and other survival things cannot all go up in price at the same time. Poor People wouldn't have enough money/stocks or anything that would make them focus on tax breaks, interest rates, percentages, or...you know, the things that Rich People would focus on to create wealth, wealth, or more wealth. And since most Rich People make their Money from Poor People as well as Other Not Poor People, it seems like it would be fair or okay if a solution was found to help the People do better/live better. Most of the Money would probably still find its way to whoever is offering the better services and the better goods. In other words, Poor People wouldn't get Rich overnight-which means the Rich won't go broke overnight either. Businesses would still operate and function. We can only hope that Crime would go down and family living standards go up. We could at least try to see what would happen if we didn't let Money be the root of this imbalance.
(Ok...I know you laughed,but it sounded good and humanitarian!)
Always a favorite spot during the "rollback" days! Good eating!
I am from Winston-Salem, NC and heard these guys a while back...worth checking it out again! See ya there!
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