Will the fiscal cliff debate have any impact on the middle class?
With all the talk and drama in government about the fiscal cliff all I hear about is rich people. Does the "fiscal cliff" impact anyone other than the rich?
peeples....if History and the status quo have anything to do with it.....and they ALWAYS do......The middles class is in for the bulk of the crap from every direction, regardless of debates, discussions, changes, bills, agreements, disagreements....or hell and high water.
Middle-child syndrome and middle-class syndrome are one and the same......We get it when it rolls downhill.......and when the ones on the bottom start digging out....they toss it right on back up to the middle......Sit tight. More importantly, if you're middle class.......Hold on tight.
In fact rich people will not be affected by any fiscal deficit. Nor will the poor be affected. it is the middle class who bear the brunt of fiscal deficit and the resultant inflation
Everything Congress does impacts all the working classes in this country. This diversion of the two parties is nothing but letting the fox in the chicken coop. Any thinking person with a good sense of reason, I believe, realizes that. Thank you for asking.
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