The Constitution does not apply to "Middle Class.".

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 The Constitution does not apply to the classes, below the "535 "upper classes, we vote in office every election. How many of. The "middle class" American even bothered to sign a petition to have CNN give an interview to a "middle class" Presidential candidate that is denied what media affords wealthy "upper class." The Constitution, allows "Middle Class," American citizen to run for President of the United State. It does no say we have to be governed by "upper class," only American Media, the "Upper Class," and the One Percent, they have their on Constitution.

How many signed a petition to put a "middle class" candidate on the ballot? So as the "upper class," Members of Congress, continue to create wars, under the Propaganda they will feed you, the "middle class," and they will ask for Seconds. They will continue giving Billions to "Middle East," The same people that calls American's infidels. So if you want to see who is responsible for the, decline of America, and those on “Main Street," USA, please include the families and children, that live literally on the Streets. Look in the mirror, now you know the truth. It is not about me, it's about, giving a voice to any "middle Class," Presidential Candidate, the same they afford the "upper class. Media Controls what the people see, hear, and read. Just like China's leader. So, please, please, do not complain, or blame Congress, Just be grateful that we have soup kitchens, I suggest you try the soup,  c'est magnifique!!.

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Comment by Charles Earl Harvey on March 17, 2012 at 4:50pm

"The Middle Class," and the "Working Class,' has always voted in, "upper crust law school, or comes from wealthy corporate family. “The middle class," represent 72% percent of America's population, and have a chance to put in a well-educated, "middle class," candidate in the Whites House; but are too lazy to sign a Petition to have CNN, interview him,

and one to put him on the ballot.



Comment by Scolos Narbarson on March 16, 2012 at 6:49pm

I have to agree with this idea of "Middle Class" candidates. I, for one, don't need to have leadership that has gone to upper crust law school, or comes from wealthy corporate family.

I really believe that good decisions can be made by some "ordinary" Middle Class Americans. Especially if they have a "strong" background in American History and Social Studies and Constitutional Knowledge. I guess, by "strong" I mostly mean a sincere interest and personal quest to increasingly understand these things of a good American Education.

I need to believe in a good person that is courageous enough to try new ways to help America become More and Better. Bring new Life to Our National Foundations.


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