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Old 12-04-2012, 11:16 AM   #111
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Originally Posted by KCWolfman View Post
You are incorrect. The "average" American income is 63,091. Well above groveling.

http://financemymoney.com/average-am...a-median-wage/
I see why you took the 2nd link in your google search instead of the first in your google search. It supported your argument better. However, the 1st one paints a bit of a different picture. And it's a more reliable link.

http://money.cnn.com/2012/09/12/news...rty/index.html

The fact is, that's ****ing chicken scratch in a big city. That's not enough for home ownership. Remember growing up when your Dad went to work every day and your mom stayed home to take care of your kids? No ****ing way average folks can do that anymore.

The fact is, where homes are affordable at that price range, those aren't the average wages. Continue to try and twist the situation as you see fit, but 2 incomes sometimes isn't enough for home ownership anymore for many people, let alone 1, like it used to be.

People work harder. People have less...
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