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Re: How Many Poor People Does it Take to Change the World?

--- Relay <relaydelayband@earthlink.net> wrote:
> My objection to Kim's generalization is that it was
> just that--a blanket
> dismissal of the disenfranchised.
> Gary
> PS  John is really funny.
> G

Generally, poor people don't have much money.

Was it a blanket dismissal as human beings or as
a market segment?

Disenfranchise: to deny voting rights

Chickenfranchise: to deny molting rights

Poor people (in the U.S.) are not disenfranchised,
convicted felons & children are.


Thanks! I'm looking forward to being simply hilarious.


John Tidwell

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