Rich vs Poor

             Do the rich get richer and the poorer get poorer? In America the land of opportunity there is unlimited ways for an individual to make it big. You may be born into poverty and die wealthy. There is also the possibility of opposite happening to you also. In America the worst and best of people all have the same chance to make it. This is what “I feel we are to believe and should convince ourselves of”. The rich do get richer and the poor do get poorer.
             Money is power and because the all mighty dolor is so powerfull it has made the United States the power house of the World. Giving US full power, rulership and authority over the rest of the world. Just how rich is the United States is in comparison to the rest of the world? “If we shrank the population of the world down to just one hundred people, then fifty per cent of the world's wealth would be in the hands of only six of those people. All of them would be citizens of the United States.” (Marc Garrison)
             It is a fixed fight and we already lost. The ratio of the poor becoming the top 5% of the nations weathest versus the Weathest going to bottom 20% is not that likely. David and Galioth does happen. But it is a rare occusion and you can count on goliath winning 9 time out of ten. The past year there has been a overlwhelming amount of large corporations filing for bankruptsy, leaving millions out work. The CEO came out smiling with millions in the bank, while the hard working class lost everything. The retirement funds you were counting on were taking and the security of a constant income taken. The Captain is suppose to go down with ship not abort and leave his crew to drown without him. In theory that sounds good but in recent events we have seen that captain come out clean while everyone is well not in good shape. Also I find it puzzling of rewarding executives at a rate wholly different from the people down the line.

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