To conservatives out there, what is your premise regarding the "issue" of socioeconomic "disparity"? Do you intend that each has received according to his/her qualifications? Do you maintain that the so-called socioeconomic disparity is a liberal/progressive ruse to distribute income "more equally" regardless of education, experience, and qualifications? Do you further contend that this so-called socioeconomic disparity is a cover for hatred of the more affluent classes?
There is no more of a wealth disparity going on NOW in America , than there ever was . Yes, it is but the envious desires of the liberal, motivationally lazy semi- intellectual . "Yes Virginia "- There have always been poor , underemployed , unemployed , unmotivated , uneducated , envious of the kings and all the kings ransom !
The greatest problem facing America today is the overpopulation of those seeking such never before offered government economic entitlements . "I want more of what I don't have now , I don't want to wait and I don't want to have to earn it " !
There are more jobs in America than ever , there are more qualified seekers , but there are WAY more of those who don't have the wherewithal to know anything about involving themselves in a normal sense of working motivation .
by Credence216 months ago
To the hard core GOP type conservative/rightwinger: you're ridiculous, yes ridiculous in a Col. Klink, Stalag 13 kind of way.The GOP, hoping to get the youth vote, are attempting to pit the Baby Boomer Generation...
by Grace Marguerite Williams21 hours ago
When will people come to the realization that socioeconomic wealth is a good thing. Wealth means a better quality of life for one & one's family. It also grants more opportunities for one's...
by janesix2 years ago
Why take more resources than you need to be comfortable? How many cars or jets or mansions is REALLY enough?Is it wrong to take more than your fair share?
by Grace Marguerite Williams2 years ago
liberal within the next 50 to 150 years in terms of the sociopolitical and sociocultural indicators such as marriage, gender roles, religion, the role/definition of family, LBGT issues, sexuality, social programs,...
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