PISCATAWAY — As President Obama left the stage following his convocation address at Rutgers University, he stopped to embrace Rutgers student government President Matt Panconi, standing with other honorees as a representative of the graduating class. But many graduates leaving High Point Solutions Stadium–as they paused to hug, pose for pictures and rejoice, said the felt…
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“We shouldn’t be ignorant.”
The Pew Research Center found that between 1971 and 2015 the middle class has shrunk from 61% of the population to 50%.
The steepest decline was between 2000 and 2014 when factories shed 5 million jobs. (NAFTA)
In general, income in the upper tier grew at the same time income in the lower tier fell. The gap between the haves and the have-nots widened.
Wanna bet Obama the comedian didn’t take the time to make his audience less ignorant about those facts.
Probably because he and Clinton made things worse economically for all of us rather then better.
We shouldn’t be cynical either, coming from hopey changey mc Nobel peace prize dronester and betrayer of every ideal he cynically platitudinalized to get elected
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