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“The reasonable man adapts himself to the world: the unreasonable one persists to adapt the world to himself.
Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.” ― George Bernard Shaw, Man and Superman
You're on here claiming people need a living wage, but when you're pressed to define it, you become mute. All you're doing is repeating what you've heard and you don't even understand it. We aren't talking about diabetes, which by the way I can talk intelligently about as my husband has had it since he was 9.
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The so-called poor in America would actually be considered well off if you compare them with other countries so to even label them as "poor" is just socialist propaganda and caters to those who want to maintain the welfare state.
What is Poverty in the United States: Air Conditioning, Cable TV and an Xbox
In 2005, the typical household defined as poor by the government had a car and air conditioning. For entertainment, the household had two color televisions, cable or satellite TV, a DVD player, and a VCR. If there were children, especially boys, in the home, the family had a game system, such as an Xbox or a PlayStation. In the kitchen, the household had a refrigerator, an oven and stove, and a microwave. Other household conveniences included a clothes washer, clothes dryer, ceiling fans, a cordless phone, and a coffee maker.
The home of the typical poor family was not overcrowded and was in good repair. In fact, the typical poor American had more living space than the average European. The typical poor American family was also able to obtain medical care when needed. By its own report, the typical family was not hungry and had sufficient funds during the past year to meet all essential needs.