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Substitute rich people for white people in excerpt below

From here:

Not often encountering these challenges, we withdraw, defend, cry, argue, minimize, ignore, and in other ways push back to regain our racial position and equilibrium.

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Nobody ever goes out asks normal people how their finances are?

From here:

In late March, Deutsche Bank’s chief international economist, Torsten Sløk released a report showing that 47 percent of American households had a zero or negative savings rate in 2013, down one percentage point from its peak in 2010.

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Not only do they not pay taxes, we pay their employees!

From CBS News here:

$153 billion.

That’s the annual bill that state and federal governments are footing for working families making poverty-level wages at big corporations such as Walmart (WMT) and McDonald’s (MCD), according to a new study from the University of California Berkeley Labor Center.

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Take a watered down piece of shit and add water

From Reuters here:

Intense lobbying of regulators, many of them veterans of the industry themselves, helped ensure that practices the Dodd-Frank law was meant to stop would remain in place.

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He's still a douche and he can still f*ck himself


Rahm Emanuel Survives Runoff Election And Wins Second Term As Chicago Mayor

Emanuel spent $20 million and his challenger had just over $3 million.

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Awesome, fighting back against the Bald F*cker/Amazon

From here:

The contract between “Big Five” book publisher HarperCollins and Amazon is about to expire and HarperCollins is refusing to sign an agreement with the new terms that Amazon is asking…

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NY's Chuck Schumer is the anti-Elizabeth Warren and he's rising!

From the Daily Beast here:

The New York senator’s ascension would be good news for Wall Street—his top five contributors from 1989 through 2014 were the employees and political action committees of Goldman Sachs ($543,000), Citigroup Inc.

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