posted on Mar, 4 2013 @ 05:51 PM
reply to post by NorEaster
Noting that "The top 1 percent own nearly half the country's stocks, bonds, and mutual funds," the video goes on to contrast those impressive
holdings with the rest of the country. By comparison, it points out, the bottom 50 percent of earners own only 0.5 percent of those
--From your source.
Great video, I really do hope that people get to see this, thanks a lot for sharing.
Short of eliminating the top 10% I think there are a few answers. As a libertarian my first response is to fix the banks by not helping them when they
go broke and by eliminating the federal reserve... I think that there are other things that could be put into place, not to limit freedom but to limit
injustice--I think there is more than just a fine line to approach this. It wouldn't be hard to take laws away that punish unique products and
"protect" the wealthy, but I would like to see more laws against things like outsourcing which helps no one in America except the very head of certain
To answer the last part of your post, am I ready for bloodshed? Well, unfortunately, I think there is no other way around this type of situation. The
U.S. will need to bleed before it can "heal" and whether that is a literal sense or a metaphorical sense I am not positive...
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