“Do we really make that much more?”
The United States income is an income that we look at from the basis of the household. We don’t quite look at the individual as a basis. And that’s because we try to aim at how people will try to raise their families with the money they have available. But what happens when certain political parties come to office? Do we benefit as a result of a party being nominated and winning?
We all know that you typically make more income under a Republican party than a Democratic party. But how much do you really make that is more? You’re not bringing home an extra $15,000 or even $20,000 a year. The amount of money is really in the $3,000 to $5,000 range. And most would say they could do a lot with this income, but could you really.
Because in the paradigm of living on a daily basis, you don’t see how much you make that is more until the end of the year. Then you reflect and say to yourself, “Oh, I made this much more this year.” Now, if you’re in a higher tax bracket, you will of course say you see the change. But the country is not on the basis of the few that make substantially more.
giveth and taketh away
What is the purpose of giving us one incentive and then taking something else away. Or better yet, giving us one thing and then rising the cost of another. It just seems we are being sold this idea that we are getting more from both parties. Then we realize it’s the old bait and switch routine. So you find yourself breaking even on your money.
But like I said before, if you make a lot more, your feelings vary. Yet, when looking at the masses, you really don’t make that much more under a Republican than a Democrat.
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