Why Nearly Half the People in America Appear to Be Idiots

Appearances can be deceiving …

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We are talking about the poorest of the poor on up to the upper-middle class. No matter how much money they make, they suffer from various stages of economic discomfiture — debt, overspending, or not being able to save for things they want.




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