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Economists say income gap hurts U.S. economy

Discussion in 'American Politics' started by JoyJuice, Dec 18, 2013.

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  1. pyramid33

    pyramid33 Well-Known Member

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    Uh oh. Eco-whoever, suggests income gap is hurting people. I guess you'd have to be numb in your brain to miss that poor people don't deserve to be poor.
     
  2. pyramid33

    pyramid33 Well-Known Member

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    Let's put it this way. Whoever is rich, hates people.
     
  3. Ken-1122

    Ken-1122 Newbie

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    Yes it probably would be better for the economy; but at the expence of the company getting into financial trouble, which means they are not going to do that.

    Hurt: Regulations cost jobs - Martinsville Bulletin


    But they can! No comapny is gonna price themselves out of business! My point is, when a company increases the value of his product, and gets people to pay more for their product, that is another example of creating wealth

    Are you kidding me? People spend more money today then in the 1950's and 60's! Have you been to a toy store lately? How many kids do you see playing games like "kick the can", How many kids use a string and 2 cans to pretend they have a telephone? Even the poor kids have cell phones, computers, and $100.00 shoes! Everybody has 2-3 cars, cable TV and X-Box. People spend more today than ever before; yeah I know both parents work so they can afford more, but still; that's better for the economy, right?

    Do you believe wealth is constantly being created, or do you think there is only finite amount of wealth in this country and it doesn't increase?

    Ken
     
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