Enough With the Top 1 Percent: The Top 20 Percent, the Upper Middle Class, Is Hoarding the American Dream

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it isn’t the super rich, but the upper middle class—representing the top 20 percent, or households making at least $117,000 a year—that disproportionately have been doing better than the rest of Americans, the bottom 80 percent. Their tax breaks are one reason why.

2 thoughts on “Enough With the Top 1 Percent: The Top 20 Percent, the Upper Middle Class, Is Hoarding the American Dream

  1. Regardless of who is benefitting from tax breaks, be it the one percent or those depicted in this article, the low wage workers have no one in their corner and never will and so as always, “Let them eat cake!”

    Why those useless democraps don’t shut the hell up, I don’t know because we know they got nothing.

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  2. I listened to a very interest talk on Internet radio by Thomas Frank a few nights ago. He makes it very clear that the Democrats no long represent the working class, poor or minorities. They made a very conscious decision when they elected Clinton to represent the “professional” class – which I believe is the 20% mentioned in this article.

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