13 Oct '15 12:48>
Originally posted by finneganYou are peddling an assortment of myths yourself. And your own logic is grotesquely illogical.
Your educational level is high enough to (claim to) be a teacher but your capacity for logical thinking is grotesquely weak.
Americans insist on excessively high and worsening levels of inequality, and the economic system you demand (ask the Tea Party) is one in which large scale poverty is structurally integral. Any attack on poverty is itself attacke ...[text shortened]... play the humility and gratitude you demand of the serfs in your caste based vision of the world.
Americans insist on excessively high and worsening levels of inequality,
Inequality, is hardly American. It is human. In most parts of the world, including socialist paradises, poverty is more grinding than in America, and the possibility of becoming wealthy is nil.
The food consumed by the poor is often of poor quality.
When I shop, nobody is dictating what I buy. The very first area on entering the store is fresh produce. Yet I see people with carts full of prepared junk, often paying with food stamps, and no sign of any fresh produce.
Poor quality food is part of the whole unfair system that keeps the poor down.
No, they have choices like everyone else. They can fill up the cart with twinkies, and TV dinners, or buy fresh produce. Contrary to your ignorant assertions, the poor in America have available all sorts of educational resources to improve their nutritional knowledge.
The rest of your stereotypical verbiage about rich and poor are too lengthy for me to address right now but they are idiotic and illogical, as well as untrue.