This article burns even me when I read about the parallel lives of brethren there as well as here. At this moment there aren't any real middle classes, it's either you have or you don't have. In this generation there is actually a working poor definition. I could write all year long about the social ills that befall us but this is one of the most potent reminders that we are more alike than not. I don't enjoy being a bearer of bad news but in my heart of heart I do believe that eventually our world will again collide with those that won't allow our society to traverse the boundary of equality. My brother and I spoke about philantrophist and the many ways that they distributed their wealth. You have people that have wealth but don't distribute it and if they do it is as a cash back allowance that's also a tax write-off for them only. The programs that are hosted by charities have $1000.00 a plate dinners for the CEO's and Chair-people but do you realize how very little of the funds actually get to the poor. I just feel that anyway you write it or put it it's just a ruse to get more for the haves and eventually we will be hearing the 'Twitter Wars' saying also 'Let's Get It on There's a Party over here in Georgetown or the 'Blackberrys going off too! Just wanted to hear whether
anyone else see the parallels here?