Do you think that the widening gap between the rich and poor is a problem?

The majority of the Bush administrations tax cuts have always been aimed at the upper 10%, especially to upper 2%, and of course, the corporate world. We have a corporate welfare president. One of the major consequences of outsourcing is a lack of manufactering jobs in the US. And, everyday, more high tech... show more The majority of the Bush administrations tax cuts have always been aimed at the upper 10%, especially to upper 2%, and of course, the corporate world.

We have a corporate welfare president.

One of the major consequences of outsourcing is a lack of manufactering jobs in the US. And, everyday, more high tech jobs go to India and China. (Where manufactering goes, high tech is going to eventually follow).

This has produced some serious consequences:

We have an increased gap between the upper 2%, and the rest of population that grows each year.

You need a strong middle class, I think for a strong economy.

Your thoughts? And what are the consequences of this?
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