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Poverty: Let's Not Talk About 43M Poor People

Post_full_1283887585340106608_a85833f694_z A weeek later and still no one wants to talk about poverty on Capitol Hill (Poverty figures sidetracked by political concerns or on the campaign trail (except Stephen Colbert, who wants to "legalize" it so that the rich feel better about taking care of poor peoples' money). 

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The difference between the poor and the rich is the way they think. To overcome poverty, we have to change the mindset. To change the mindset, we have to change the information. The information available to a person goes to form his mindset, and his mindset dictates his actions and his actions dictates who he/she becomes. Let's therefore change the poverty strikened mentallity into the mentallity of the rich.

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