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  • Linda Taylor

    Watching the political dialogues on economy, it appears that the discussions have been on the rich and the middle class. As I see it and my opinion, there are two classes of economic status that has been the focus. The question that I preceive as unanswered is “What happened to the lesser fortunate status i.e., poor. This population seems not be considered in these discussed. In reality, there are individuals that would not fall in the two categories of focus. There are persons who did not qualify for unemployment because of the lack of work, unemployment or unemployability. The so call 99ers are not receiving support after the laws changed. Some of those 99ers perhaps were not in the categories of major discussion. I believe the entire discourse excluded a part of the population that continues to suffer. I would like to hear others opinion regarding this issue.

    • sandfootprints@gmail.com

      Oh yes the renewed Bush tax cuts are good  for those people who will/can have taxes deducted from a paycheck or unemployment unlike those millions who do not receive one.  For those who do not have an income (some through no fault of their own) and no one to assist with the cost of living it’s like living on a sinking boat. 

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