The Democratic Party is the party of the poor, illegals, & those who need assistance. However, the Democratic Party is not the party for the middle class. In fact, the Democratic Party has been decimating the middle class through its healthcare which charges exorbitant premiums, taxing the middle class into poverty through its social programs which don't benefit them, & putting the poor, illegals, & those on assistance before the middle class. Smart middle class people see this & view the Democratic Party as problematic. Many Democrats are turning Republican because the middle class is getting shafted by the Democratic Party. Your thoughts? The Democratic Party has become the party of the poor, not the middle class which it is clobbering! What is need is a party strictly for the middle class, not the poor but the middle class!
The Democratic Party clearly isn't the party of the middle class at all. In fact, the Democratic Party could care less about the middle class. The Democratic Party are only concerned about the lower class & classes that are dependent upon them. The Democratic Party have tons of programs which help the poor, but not the middle class. In fact, the middle class through its taxes are funding these social programs for the poor. It is time that the middle class in America establish a political part which is specified for their particular needs & concerns because the Democratic Party isn't doing it!
by Grace Marguerite Williams 4 years ago
the past as service and related jobs are either shrinking or being outsourced to overseas countries? The American middle class is slowing become a phenomena of the past. Service and lower white collar jobs are increasing shrinking due to such jobs being phased out due to increasing...
by Kathryn L Hill 5 years ago
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
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by ga anderson 2 months ago
I stumbled across these two videos that proclaim that thought, (rich get richer...), is a myth unsupported by factual data.Both are conservatively biased sources. But, is their data wrong? Does the source matter if it is only the data that is considered.Stossel's point claims that while the rich...
by Goodpal 17 months ago
Why everything in society gets decided by the rich?Will the rich any importance left if suddenly all the poor people vanish from the societies? In fact, poor people work at cheaper wages to create wealth for the rich. Yet, the poor have hardly any voice in society. The rich shun them as lazy or...
by IDONO 4 years ago
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