KEEPING THE NATION'S ECONOMY IN THE HANDS OF THE LOOTING CRIMINAL BANKSTERS
Sage Foundation: Wealth "Inequality" Will Continue to Worsen
Written by Bob Adelmann Bottom of Form
module by SpiralIn another so-called research study about wealth inequality, the liberal think-tank Sage Foundation said in June that while the super-rich have fully recovered from the Great Recession, the vast majority of Americans have not. Specifically their report shows that median household net worth “was $32,000 lower in 2013 than it was 10 years earlier,” a decline of 36 percent. It concluded: (SEE LINK TO BLOG)
These wealth losses, however, were not distributed equally.… Wealth inequality increased significantly from 2003 through 2013; by some metrics inequality roughly doubled.
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THE OBAMA DEPRESSION
WALL STREET-OWNED BARACK OBAMA’S ASSAULT on the AMERICAN WORKER as he builds the LA RAZA Mexican welfare state .
THE CONSPIRACY to DESTROY AMERICA’S BORDERS… Obama and his Wall Street banksters
“This nation no longer is a democratic republic...rather it has become a tool of the super-rich members of the above mentioned elite who preselect our presidents based on their cooperation and complicity with the elite’s ultimate goals. Obama has, in their opinion done superbly carrying out the plans well laid out for him by his backers.”
THE MAN THAT CALLED HIS HOAX “HOPE & CHANGE”
'Incompetent' and 'liar' among most frequently used words to describe the president: Pew Research Center
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Income inequality grows four times faster under Obama than Bush
The study noted that, in the aftermath of the Great Depression, the US undertook policies “during the New Deal [that] permanently reduced income concentration until the 1970s.” In contrast, the study noted a striking absence of any measures to reign in social inequality in the present crisis. Far from it, the Obama administrations’ bank bailouts, austerity program and wage-cutting policies have vastly expanded the prevalence of social inequality.