Saturday, November 10, 2007

Folks Have More Money. Democrats Bummed

Since the Dems’ standard playbook is to create class warfare, tell people how to live their lives (while not doing what they preach) and try and convince everybody that the everyone is poor (not you of course, but everyone else), this news may come as a shock.

From The Conference Board
About 73 million U.S. households now have discretionary income, up from about 57 million in 2002, according to a report by The Conference Board. The percent of the U.S. population with discretionary income has increased to nearly 64 percent, up from 52 percent in 2002.

Maybe when John Edwards is taking a golf cart from one end of his compound to another, he can incorporate these facts into another speech about how the economy is getting worse.

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