Working class hero Luke Russert, who has been "... sweating it out in the streets of a runaway American dream since 1985" (if by 'streets' you mean the one that ran from parents very lovely home to elitey St. Albans to Boston College to a highly-paid undeserved gig at 30 Rock) is still very concerned that real hardworking Joes like himself will be offended having to listen to that elitist lady who grew up in Oklahoma (which is just like Massachusetts only hoity-toytier) at the Democratic National Convention.
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If you work hard you should be able to have a home, a retirement and send your kids to college -- a simple reminder of the core of the middle class American Dream. Read Post
I think everyone has fantasized about winning the lottery. So much of our lives are spent working towards specific financial goals. Everyone wants to pay off debt, buy their dream house, and spend every summer on a tropical beach an... Read Post