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https://www.alternet.org/2020/01/70-percent-of-americans-say-us-economic-system-unfairly-benefits-the-powerful/?utm_source=push_notifications 70 percent of Americans say US economic system unfairly benefits the powerful A 70% majority of Americans view the economy as unfairly favoring those with power, and large majorities also say politicians, giant corporations, and wealthy individuals wield too much power over the economy, according to Pew Research Center.

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57 minutes ago, guilluamezenz said:

https://www.alternet.org/2020/01/70-percent-of-americans-say-us-economic-system-unfairly-benefits-the-powerful/?utm_source=push_notifications 70 percent of Americans say US economic system unfairly benefits the powerful A 70% majority of Americans view the economy as unfairly favoring those with power, and large majorities also say politicians, giant corporations, and wealthy individuals wield too much power over the economy, according to Pew Research Center.

what is powerful? majority ruled or minority directing people to believe life is more than one's reproductive position as an ever changing part of the species never the same reproduction twice inception to the atmosphere and extinction of reproductions remaining alive so far?

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5 minutes ago, EltonJohnson said:

All economic systems   benefit the  powerful you  nitwit, that is  why they are  powerful.

 

 

Power isn't what the populaiton believes possible, practiced ancestrally transfering the ignoring now is eternity from now on, power is the energy sustaining living done as spontaneosuly here as reproduced simultenou8sly lasting until one's body is entirely decomposed. Cradle to grave is only relative to navigating now as proportioned to reproductions actively occupying space as one species numbers present.

 

Bet you never considered now was eternity being devoted to hoping life was more than just being alive now. Karma, predatory species falling prey to their own ideology promising more to life than their position sustaining the species getting eternally separated now.

 

ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. PARDON MY SOCIALLY DEFINED GIBBERISH.

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5 minutes ago, EltonJohnson said:

 

 

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reproductive order of an ever changing populaiton being the exact numbers present in the atmosphere now regardless geographical position adapting to life serving ideology rather than adapting to living simultaneosuly here.

 

You got lost in timetable logistics practiced historically within your own genetic line of people reproducing your specific point of eternally separated now. But ignore that and stick to demanding everyone honor incomplete information as total social truths to one's character cradle to grave.

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11 minutes ago, CrimeaRiver said:

 

Every current country's govt mostly benefits the wealthy.....mehhhhh.  Always will

why? I explain it and everyone says it isn't possible because their semantics say so. Justifying reality is proving one rather not accept real than live as really positioned in their ancestral displacement now.

 

the how and why everything humans do becomes socially corrupted from now on.

 

Basic choices added forever more or not. You change your mind or don't use your own brain to navigate life as eternally separated now. Not my fault anymore.

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1 hour ago, guilluamezenz said:

https://www.alternet.org/2020/01/70-percent-of-americans-say-us-economic-system-unfairly-benefits-the-powerful/?utm_source=push_notifications 70 percent of Americans say US economic system unfairly benefits the powerful A 70% majority of Americans view the economy as unfairly favoring those with power, and large majorities also say politicians, giant corporations, and wealthy individuals wield too much power over the economy, according to Pew Research Center.

 

Well, if us communists would just confiscate the billions of Jeff Bezos,

Mark Zuckerburg, Bill Gates, and Oprah Winfrey, then we could buy some

porta potties for the Frisco homeless.  Would that make you happy?

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It’s always been this way.  The more money laborers receive, the more options they have.  The more options they have, the less leverage employers/corps have.  How do corps benefit by giving employees more power?  The more power laborers have, the less dependent they are on any one corporation.  But when a vast majority of corps pay low wages, it makes any lateral move redundant.

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4 minutes ago, benson13 said:

70 percent of Americans say US economic system unfairly benefits the powerful

 

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Obama/care costs this country 1.2 trillion/yr.

Soooo.....your 1.3 trillion?

OK.  That sounds about right.

 

I just wish that dirty, stinking Obama hadn't added 10 trillion to out debt before he left office.

Anyone who voted for him has deeply hurt our nation.     

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14 minutes ago, CrimeaRiver said:

The rich can influence govt officials.....the poor and middle class not so much.  Its not complicated

think, government is vocabulary directing human nature of those proprotionately here from now on.  Reality promises the only physical absolutes tolerated by every form of denying now is eternity is death and taxes.

 

Real physical absolutes is the kinetic separation of reproductions as long as a species reproduces. i.e. time is stationary and details are compounding into a different total sum from now on.

 

You are governed by intellect to choose ignoring now is eternity 24/7.  What do you want freedom from? Existing as proportioned to now or getting directed to ignore how life works from now on?

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