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    Middle class and the auto industry

    Is there a difference between shoring up the auto industry financially and circumventing economic darwinism vs taxing/redistributing wealth for the purpose of sparing the middle class economic darwinism?

    where do you stop?

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    Is there a difference between shoring up the auto industry financially and circumventing economic darwinism vs taxing/redistributing wealth for the purpose of sparing the middle class economic darwinism?

    where do you stop?
    That's the scary thing. After watching CNN, none of the congressman or senators could say WHERE IT ENDS.

    We were at one point a country where the strong survived and with there success they brought others up with them. Look at the huge foundations started by people like the Rockefeller's, the Kennedy's and Mellon's. Now, when people achieve success the government has decided HOW to bring other up ie welfare, higher taxes, over funded under performing schools. The government sponsor groups like ACORN and doesn't get rid of politicians who are unethical!

    We have become a country that went from the idea of to reach the AMERICAN DREAM you must work hard. But over the last 20 years everyone thinks they DESERVE the American dream and don't have to earn it. This intern has made us into the fattest country, one of the DUMBEST and the highest taxed!

    With all the "coddling" policies of the last 30 years we have become a pathetic example of what we WERE. If our fore fathers were still alive they'd be crying and speaking of ANOTHER revolution! We have destroyed our Constitution and are paying for it, ethically, morally and financially now!

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