Us not born into wealth and the struggles we face are always forgotten by those who’ve never…
Tim Sylvester
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Yes and no.

The truth of the matter is that the traditionally marginalized groups you mentioned are always hit harder in hard times.

But I also see a lot of very wealthy people propping up the politicians who gain the most from discrimination for their own selfish, misguided ends. I also see them mentioned as supporting this or that law helpful to marginalized groups, but I never seem to see them willing to take out political ads and push for it publicly like they did in my state to pressure one of our Senators to confirm a blatantly corporatist Supreme Court justice. Funny how they only put their money in when they have something to gain personally. The rest of it just sounds like lip-service to me, meant to soothe their conscience because deep down, they know what they’re doing.

*hops off the soap-box* I’m tired, and this has nothing to do with Mr. Larson’s post. Have a great day.

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