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Services to help poor in Oklahoma in demand as number living in poverty remains high

There are 1 comment on the Tulsa World story from Sep 20, 2013, titled Services to help poor in Oklahoma in demand as number living in poverty remains high. In it, Tulsa World reports that:

For Rashad Ray and his University of Tulsa basketball teammates, a 5:20 a.m. wake-up alarm isn't just an annoyance.

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rightwing

Tulsa, OK

#1 Sep 24, 2013
Whats wrong with this picture - the corporate officers of a company all have half-million dollar houses and the workers make 15 buck an hour?

ALL the money these days is owned by corporations and the US government. Everybody else is working hard, paying their bills, raising kids and the only way they can get by is food stamps.

And the fat cats call the workers 'sponges'.

The fat cats sit on their asses all day long, looking at a computer screen, playing boss and grab-assing with the HR girls..oh they make a decision or two per week...don't get me wrong. These poor overworked jerks are making 10 times what the workers are making.

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