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Bernie Sanders Schools Mitt Romney On Occupy Wall Street And Class Warfare

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Bernie Sanders Schools Mitt Romney On Occupy Wall Street And Class Warfare

Post by Guest on Wed Oct 05, 2011 9:17 am

“The reality is that in a sense Romney is right. Class warfare is being waged in America today. The problem is that the wrong side is winning. I mean what we have seen in recent years and actually for the last several decades is the middle class is disappearing, got millions more people who are falling into poverty, and yet the people on top are doing phenomenally well, so that in America now you have most unequal distribution of income and wealth of any major country on earth, with the top 400 people owning more wealth than the bottom 150 million Americans, and with that wealth these economic royalists if you like that is what FDR called them, exercise enormous political power. That is what class warfare is about, a few people on the top exercising enormous power and enormous amounts of money to push down the rest of the population.”

After a talking about how much people are hurting, Sen. Sanders continued, “And now you see a bunch of people standing out there saying hey, Wall Street are the people who caused this problem we’ve gotta start addressing it, and I think people are saying yeah, that’s right. What we have to do though, I think Keith, is not only demonstrate, these guys the demonstrators are pointing a finger at the problem, we’re going to have to come up with some specific solutions to the problem.”


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