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  • Florida Mermaid

    One more tax cut for the rich and we'll be right back where we were just before the Great Depression. The last time the rich and mega-rich stepped in and bought up America for pennies on the dollar.

  • ۞ Chuck Meyer ₢M

    The real reason why Super Rich hate Obama: He's calling them out on fairness, so they call him a socialist. As you can see, the Income Differential between 1923-1929 (pre-Great Depression) is similar to how it was 2002-2007 (pre-Great Recession). Our country flourishes best when the Middle Class grows at a similar rate to the elite class. Republicans have pledged to make this income inequality greater & to further lower taxes on the super rich, & raise taxes on the already weakened middle class.

  • Gary Zajac

    It’s good to be rich in America - Share of nation's Income Gains Going to Top 1 Percent at Highest Level Since 1920s --- (Graph 2 of 2)

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    Share of Income Pool

  • Elizabeth Kelsey Bradley

    top 1 percent income since 1920s

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