“As a result of the soaring stock market, the 400 richest individuals in the United States, whose wealth has doubled since 2009—the era of Obama. They now have a combined net worth of $2.29 trillion, larger than the annual output of the 130 poorest countries in the world.”
“Sanders declared that the American people faced “a more serious crisis than at any time since the Great Depression,” and referred to the fact that the 99 percent of all new income growth goes to the top 1 percent, and that the top 1 percent own as much wealth as the bottom 90 percent. He called this staggering inequality “not just immoral but unsustainable.”
OBAMANOMICS: The massive transfer of the American economy to the 1% and total devastation of the AMERICAN MIDDLE-CLASS to build a DEM DICTATORSHIP…..
and the banksters are investing massive amounts of loot in Hillary Clinton, a disciple of OBAMANOMICS!
Income inequality grows FOUR TIMES FASTER under Obama than Bush.
“Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America (ALL MAJOR DONORS TO BARACK OBAMA) and every other major US bank have been implicated in a web of scandals, including the sale of toxic mortgage securities on false pretenses, the rigging of international interest rates and global foreign exchange markets, the laundering of Mexican drug money, accounting fraud and lying to bank regulators, illegally foreclosing on the homes of delinquent borrowers, credit card fraud, illegal debt-collection practices, rigging of energy markets, and complicity in the Bernie Madoff Ponzi scheme.”
“By large margins, even in opinion polls conducted by the corporate-controlled media, the American people support sharp increases in taxes on the wealthy to fund social programs and provide jobs for the unemployed; they oppose cuts in Social Security and Medicare and view education, health care and other public services as basic rights; they oppose government spying on the telephone and Internet usage of ordinary Americans, as well as other police-state measures; and they oppose overseas military interventions in the Middle East, Africa and Asia. The Democratic and Republican presidential candidates stand on the other side of the barricades on all these issues.”