This is in regard to the first presidential debate that was on television recently. I watched and couldn't believe what comes out of politicians' mouths.
They both talked about upper-class people--meaning rich, I guess--and also talked about middle-class people and not raising taxes for either group of people.
Personally, I don't fall into either group. I am in the lower-class income group. Both candidates repeated "upper class" and "middle class," but I didn't hear anyone mention lower-income people. Are all lower-income people going to be getting screwed on taxes?
The other thing I wanted to say is that both Romney and his running mate are anti-abortion for any reason. Does this mean that all women are second-class citizens?
Robert P. Potter