As taxes go up and the economy continues to struggle, you see people who are in the middle class range who direct their anger and place blame at the wealthy. Some wonder if they have a right to be. They are mad that while their taxes are going up one percent, the rich people’s taxes aren’t. So, do they have a right for this?
Some believe they do.
The rich don’t have to struggle for their money. Many of them inherit this money and all the things they have. They have people working for them. They have cars that run well and more. However, the thing about this is that they don’t have to work for this. If they do have to work for this they have the jobs where they have the abiilty to be home with family, but choose not to. Everything is handed to them on a platter.
When you look at the middle class people, they are living in neighborhoods that a rich person wouldn’t even step into. They have to raise their children there. They don’t have the ability to be home as much as they are working jobs that suck and for little pay just to make ends meet. They worry about the things that are to come and how things are going to be paid and still have to go home at night to take care of the home. Things always seem to go wrong when there is no money in the bank.
Yet, government just want to reward them for being rich. They feel that since these people are already paying taxes, that they have to keep them happy while no one tries to make it a little bit easier for the middle man. The middle man are the ones who are paying the taxes that go to fixing the streets and such. Many question how this is fair when we all live in this country and should be contributing to make it a better place to live.
Obama sees the wrong in this. They are giving all these tax deductions to those who don’t really need them and not giving any to those who do need them. So, do they have a right to be angry you ask. They sure do and the President says so.
Jessica is a blogger and enjoys writing about topics like the economy, finances and political issues. She is also a contributing financial writer for Payday Loans.