" ... What I think will re-engage people in politics is we're doing significant, serious policy work around what I will label the "working poor" although my definition of working poor is not simply folks making minimum wage, but it's also families of four who are making $30,000 a year. They are struggling. And to the extent that we are doing research figuring out what kinds of government action would successfully make their lives better, we are then putting together a potential majority coalition to move those agendas forward."
Let's remember that $30,000 is Middle-Class NOT Poor
This speech also took place during the Clinton Administration
Okay - who said it?
He was a two time state senator ...
He lost 2 to 1 for US house of Representatives (although you hardly hear about that) ...
He once ran against Alan Keyes...
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