There was a Girl who really loved books and sewing poster

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It’s very sad. Hopefully people will wake up and realize that voting for a party that intentionally sabotages government might not be the way to go, no matter how much they promise to cut your taxes once you’re a multimillionaire. Spending is an addiction when there is little parity in our society. There was a Girl who really loved books and sewing poster. Our lives have been based on how much we all have in the US.It equates to “success” We delude ourselves by temporarily saying we have enough, we are enough if we can aquire enough. Hence the thoughtless spending.

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So true. A “good economy” is not one where missing a couple of paychecks makes you unable to pay your housing expense and buy food for your family. That’s in part because the middle class is a construct. Its sole purpose is to divide us and have us set our sights on one another instead of looking up. There was a Girl who really loved books and sewing poster. In truth there’s only two classes of people. The rich, and the others. “Middle class” folk get robbed by the rich just as much. The few more crumbs they were given are just enough to give them false hope, and to make sure a good chunk of the poor will be content to maintain the status quo and prevent any meaningful change through their inaction. But in all fairness, if you’re three bad months away (or one illness away) from homelessness, you’re poor. Stop deluding yourself.

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