The Middle Class In The United States Will Not Prosper As Long As There Is A Liberal(Socialist) President

It seems that a Democrat running for president is always going to campaign on helping the Middle Class. This was highly stressed by Obama in 2008 and 2012 in his presidential campaigns and wouldn’t you know it you are hearing static from the just declared Hillary Clinton campaign that she will stress the importance of helping the middle class. The problem with this is that after six years of Obama the Middle Class is still hurting and believe you me as long as Hillary is a liberal and that is not about to change there will be no improvement for the middle class because that is the nature of the beast which is the word liberal(socialist) and it’s desires or lack of them for the average American.

There has been a lot of talk lately on the term “wealth inequality”. Wealth inequality is the unequal distribution of financial assets among a population. The rich and poor in the United States have vast disparities between them. This is what the liberals are now using for their new Karl Marx class warfare. The rich are to blame for the hardship of the poor.

Lets get to the heart of the matter, the real cause of the Middle Class demise. There are reported presently about 92 million Americans out of work and I have seen that number as high as 101 million. Keep in mind these are people that are not producing in any capacity whatsoever whereas before when they were in the workforce you would not have these liberal created words of “wealth inequality.” The following is from a post by Arthor Hedrick Smith, published by Marketplace Economy: “CEOs of companies thought it was their job to sustain and support the interests and balance the interests of the various stakeholders in the company, and that word ‘stakeholders’ is very important. It’s not shareholders alone, but it’s management, it’s employees, it’s suppliers, it’s customers, it’s the communities they lived in,” he says. “As productivity in the American economy went up, so did the pay of the average person in America. That has not been true since 1973.”

That above statement is all so important. When people are working and productivity is increasing people will have jobs and the pay increases to go with it and this term of the times “wealth Inequality” would not even be thought of much less talked about.

The liberals(socialists) are trying to have it both ways and naturally it can’t work. You cannot add yearly all kinds of new regulations and taxes and expect the business person especially the small business persons who controls over 70% of the economy to be able to hire back these 92 million people who have no jobs much less expand like they used to, to be able to hire people on a continuous basis.

The government does not create jobs, it’s the business community that creates jobs. Instead of liberals(socialists) really trying to help the business community by ridding them of many unnecessary regulations and much taxation what do they do, they play the class warfare game, poor against rich, but I believe We The People have figured that out. It’s all about the government controlling you and I. That’s where these socialists are taking us and that will ruin the economy of the United States of America in the process. America still leans middle to right, there are more conservatives than liberals overall and there is no reason why these liberals win elections other than the fact conservatives of concern for the future of the economic well being of America must go to the voting booths. If this commences on a regular basis the liberals will be run out of office and this is what must happen from here on end. We The People will take America back.

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4 comments on “The Middle Class In The United States Will Not Prosper As Long As There Is A Liberal(Socialist) President

  1. Hmm. I can see you have opinions on this. I think, to understand the liberal perspective, you must first try and see what it is that gets them fired up. Liberals get really excited about things like justice, equality and fairness. For me at least, these are aspects of my personality…something I was born with. The notion of spreading out wealth evenly is something they are comfortable with even if that means having a little less themselves. For me, I’m in the top 4% Americans earners thanks to a combination of liberal politics (I started off poor enough to get financial aid for college) and conservative ideology (AKA, the American Dream) I.e. I worked hard so I could make more money than I reasonably need to live off of. But at the end of the day, I see the disenfranchised and I see corruption and greed and I want to help people in need. Liberals (socialists) aren’t bad…they’re idealists and believe me, you want a few of them around. Anyway, if socialism isn’t the answer, I’m open to other ideas.

    • johnapappas says:

      Thanks for getting back. You already at least admitted that socialism is the answer. Our country is not founded on spread the wealth and no civilization has ever succeeded with it. Our Forefathers gave us a very thought of constitution. Read our Forefathers.
      You have been given the right to exercise the thought of helping people and you can from what I gather. That is good. We do not need the government to steal your efforts to do so.

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