are millionaires the middle class in America?
you IQ is close 70.
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It's starting to look that way. We are extremely controlled now, and I believe the controlling interests intentionally grind us into poverty. Between finance, insurance, taxation, and highly controlled markets it's impossible for many people to pull themselves out of debt. Just an example, straw can be used for home insulation. It's cheap, domestic, and it would support the agricultural industry. Insulating your home with straw however, makes insuring your home more difficult. They find ways of keeping competitive, effective products from stealing large portions of the market share. Fiberglass still dominates the industry, and there are so many alternatives but none have really taken a hold. The biggest alternatives, would be cellulose, foams, rock wool, and mineral wool. Other alternatives that exist but are almost never used include sheeps wool, and cotton. I've seen one cotton insulation jacket for a water heater tank carried by home depot. That's just one example of one industry that I can think of off the top of my head. I believe it's because it would be hard to centralize control of those products, any farmer could bail up straw, or sheer sheep for wool. With fiberglass not many companies or people have the ability to enter that industry, so it stays more controlled.0