Is it business's? It's obvious they do not pay a living wage, cut benefits and raise prices on their goods and services.
Is it the government who is bailing these business's out by providing more and more social programs to compensate for what they are not providing for their employees?
Is it the average American who has over spent and over indulged?
Now how do you fix it?
Asked by Anonymous at 5:32 PM on Apr. 12, 2010 in Politics & Current Events
All of the above. We are all responsible. The greedy that covet the possessions of others, the greedy who just want it all, and the ones who sat by and silently complained, yet didn't get up and do something. We let our country get to this point. It is now so very important that we are silently no longer. We make our voices and wants known loudly. We demand that the train wreck we are riding in gets stopped and derailed. Stop being the proverbial "deer in headlights" and move.
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Answer by Anonymous at 9:32 PM on Apr. 12, 2010
The American People for allowing politicians to posses the enormous amount of control they have over our paychecks, our lives, and our future. The American People for not being educating consumers and growing lazy enough to trust businesses over being personally responsible. The American People for stepping back, walking away from personal responsibility, and growing to expect the federal government to step in and save them.
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