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The left in this country — aided by the old-guard press — is peddling the fallacy that all our economic woes are the result of the wealthy not paying their fair share of taxes. Financially successful people are vilified as the new enemy of the middle class. We were a happier people when as a nation we admired success and emulated the successful. Striving for something better was an equal-opportunity aspiration. The political right can’t seem to overcome its crippling public relations deficiency and rekindle our national ethos. Merely surviving is not a way to live and certainly not the American way of life. [http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2012/dec/28/a-new-years-resolution-for-america/ MILLER: A New Year’s resolution for America
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The left in this country — aided by the old-guard press — is peddling the fallacy that all our economic woes are the result of the wealthy not paying their fair share of taxes. Financially successful people are vilified as the new enemy of the middle class. We were a happier people when as a nation we admired success and emulated the successful. Striving for something better was an equal-opportunity aspiration. The political right can’t seem to overcome its crippling public relations deficiency and rekindle our national ethos. Merely surviving is not a way to live and certainly not the American way of life.<ref> [http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2012/dec/28/a-new-years-resolution-for-america/ MILLER: A New Year’s resolution for America
Restore prosperity and build a better future for our children]
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Restore prosperity and build a better future for our children]</ref>

Revision as of 15:32, 31 December 2012

The left in this country — aided by the old-guard press — is peddling the fallacy that all our economic woes are the result of the wealthy not paying their fair share of taxes. Financially successful people are vilified as the new enemy of the middle class. We were a happier people when as a nation we admired success and emulated the successful. Striving for something better was an equal-opportunity aspiration. The political right can’t seem to overcome its crippling public relations deficiency and rekindle our national ethos. Merely surviving is not a way to live and certainly not the American way of life.[1]
  1. [http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2012/dec/28/a-new-years-resolution-for-america/ MILLER: A New Year’s resolution for America Restore prosperity and build a better future for our children]