It's the fault of the multi-generational poor that they are poor and undereducated. The solution, obviously, is to raise the taxes on the poor and reduce spending on public education. Then, we wait on the trickle-down economics to work, and the job creators at the top can finally create those jobs, so long as folks are willing to work for what the job creators are willing to pay.
I'm not procrastinating. I'm prioritizing.