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A SMALL FORTUNE IN INTEREST. I'm not talking about the logistics in it, I mean how is it possible for the lower to middle classes to ever catch up to the rich. If they can just make large amounts of money, merely because they already had large amounts of money? Then combine this with the depreciation in money. You might be able to achieve, but at the end of the day, your masters make the laws that hold you in your place and keep their pyramid scheme in place. Should we just burn them to the ground?
AtleastImHonest AtleastImHonest 31-35, M 7 Answers May 7, 2012

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and that says nothing of the credit card interest

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Exactly... It's not just the rich. But the banks themselves who are allowed to charge such large interest rates yet pay such little amounts to their investors.

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the banksters. i thought the rich were the banks

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They would be the super rich. But the general principal is..."It takes money to make money". Kind of a rigged game either way... one just benefits more than the other.

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actually it is possible to cross the barrier, bt if you werent born rich, youre actually going to have to sweat for it.

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Its also known as Capitalism.

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Ism's suck ***.

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Money has its own gravitational system The more you have the stronger the pull

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The funny thing is: that bank can make $900,000 worth of loans based on that rich person's $100,000 deposit. Here's another thing that ain't fair: rich people with good credit are qualified to borrow YOUR bank money and pay you interest after they increase their investments or expand their businesses...with someone else's money. And they get richer & richer & richer...with someone else's money!

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