U.S. Middle Class No Longer Richest In World

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U.S. Middle Class No Longer Richest In World

An analysis by the New York Times revealed that the United States no longer has the richest middle class in the world and is now second behind Canada. What do you think?

  • “Oh, sure, if you’re going to compare us to first-world countries, we’re definitely not going to come out looking so good.”

    Arnie McCray
    Landscape Architect
  • “I had a feeling that Canada was doing better than us after it installed that new set of kitchen cabinets we simply can’t afford right now.”

    Ivy Holloway
    Assistant Teacher
  • “Gay marriage is destroying this nation.”

    Patrick Ansa
    Systems Analyst