Highest Income Inequality in Cities That Voted For Obama

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  1. carpro

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    Study Finds Highest Income Inequality in Cities That Voted For Obama
    March 5, 2014 - 3:19 PM


    CNSNews.com) – President Obama has characterized income inequality as “the defining challenge of our time,” prodding Republicans to come up with “concrete plans” to reduce it. However, a new study by the Brookings Institute shows that the highest levels of income inequality in the U.S. are found in Democratic strongholds: the nation’s largest cities.

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    Seems to me the democrats have always wanted an elite ruling class. Somewhere I heard or read that the Russian peasants would sell themselves into serfdom so they would not have to think for themselves. I don't know whether that is true or not but I believe there is a growing class of people in this country who have that attitude; let the government take care of me and democrats feed on that attitude. Sadly I am afraid that menu Republicans are headed that way!
     
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    It's a populist issue.

    Too many of the people you are talking about refuse to see the blatant cynicism of the liberal elite.

    Under Obama, the rich have gotten even richer than they did under former presidents. He caters to wall street more than any president in memory.

    All the time insincerely baying at the moon his animosity for the rich.

    His real goal , of course, is not to fix the problem, but to foster an attitude of class warfare and politically capitalize on it.
     
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