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As I've been saying. Do you get pissed making less money? Try $42,000 less for the average worker

Craig234

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Not from taxes. Not from 'government red tape'. Not from 'big government'. No, as I've been saying, our plutocratic policies since Reagan have left workers making far less than they should. Productivity and wealth have skyrockets, but it's all gone to the top 1%. Now CBS puts a number on it: the average worker is making $42,000 less than they should because of our skyrocketing inequality.

The price of inequality? Lost annual income of $42,000 for typical worker, study finds - CBS News
 

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The average American worker is making $42,000 less because of our plutocratic policies, and not one person cares enough to comment.
 

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Not from taxes. Not from 'government red tape'. Not from 'big government'. No, as I've been saying, our plutocratic policies since Reagan have left workers making far less than they should. Productivity and wealth have skyrockets, but it's all gone to the top 1%. Now CBS puts a number on it: the average worker is making $42,000 less than they should because of our skyrocketing inequality.

The price of inequality? Lost annual income of $42,000 for typical worker, study finds - CBS News

"Should" based on what?
 
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