The Rich Telling Us $15 Will Break the Bank
What a tiresome repeat of lies and innuendo—a nicer word for an indirect and usually malicious implication.
Innuendo strikes again
What childish dears the rich are, absolutely terrified we will acquire just a smidge of what they have. First, they perpetuated the lie that tax giveaways to the already coddled top-of-the-top would trickle-down to we lesser humans, trying to keep the rent paid and food on the table without mom taking a job. But they kept it going for thirty or forty years and the only thing that trickled was sweat from dad’s brow. Mom had to take a job, then dad took a second job The fishing-boat and trailer disappeared from the driveway (who even had time to go fishing anymore), dad took a second mortgage on the house to keep Junior in university, but he finally came home to attend a junior-college so he too could work a job. Oh, and they lost the house in the 2008 financial downturn. I forgot to mention that. Financial downturn is such a kinder word than economic crash, …