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"If We Did Not Share in the Prosperity, Why Should We Have to Share in the Sacrifice?"

[#]Good question, even if it is asked by Al Sharpton, Obama superfan. Matt Stoller:

Under Bush, economic inequality was bad, as 65 cents of every dollar of income growth went to the top 1 percent. Under Obama, however, that number is 93 cents out of every dollar. That’s right, under Barack Obama there is more economic inequality than under George W. Bush. And if you look at the chart above, most of this shift happened in 2009-2010, when Democrats controlled Congress. This was not, in other words, the doing of the mean Republican Congress. And it’s not strictly a result of the financial crisis; after all, corporate profits did crash, like housing values did, but they also recovered, while housing values have not.

This is the shape of the system Obama has designed.

And Sharpton sees the shape, but will not name the shaper.

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