[Homestead] "The Formerly Middle Class " - Commentary
lurine at softcom.net
Wed Nov 19 01:17:19 EST 2008
Use has changed because talking heads are dimwits. The definition remains
the same. The problem is the average sheople hasn't a clue what the
definition is and thus they go along with the overpaid idiots on television.
We don't require any exhibition of intelligence in this country and therein
lies the problem.
A "comfortable living" is not a criteria of middle class. And "working
class" can't be middle class. They are, by and large, by definition blue
collar. Professionals and management are white collar.
What we need is folks to stop being led around by their noses by people with
less intelligence than some of my chickens! The whole "Big 3" thing is a
prime example. They idiots on television, at least half of them, are
running around like chicken little, screaming the sky is falling, the sky is
falling because they don't know the difference between Ch. 11 and Ch. 7
bankruptsy. Because they don't know the difference between those two should
we change their definitions also? We don't need to change anything, we need
people to LEARN to speak English with a tiny bit of understanding of the
definitions that already exist. Arg! Public school has been far to
----- Original Message -----
From: "bob ford" <bobford79 at yahoo.com>
> Well, definitions have changed. Working people can certainly be middle
> class, and the income limit you mentioned could be good salary in one
> place and poverty in another. "amount" *is* relative. We need new
> definitons so that when we talk , we know when we are talking about the
> same people.
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