Channeling James Carville…

Folks, let me tell you something. There are some underlying issues of inequality in America that we need to be talking about. We can’t just keep sweeping them under the rug and pretending like everything is hunky-dory.

First of all, let’s talk about income inequality. The top 1% of Americans hold more wealth than the bottom 90% combined. That’s not right. That’s not fair. And it’s not good for our economy. When so much wealth is concentrated in the hands of so few, it means that regular folks don’t have the purchasing power they need to keep our economy humming.

But it’s not just about income inequality. We also need to talk about inequality of opportunity. Too many Americans are born into poverty and don’t have access to the same opportunities as those born into wealth. That’s not fair either.

And let’s not forget about racial inequality. The fact is that people of color face systemic racism that keeps them from achieving the same level of success as white Americans. We can’t just ignore that and pretend like it’s not a problem.

Now, I know there are some folks out there who will say that these issues of inequality are just the way things are, and that we shouldn’t try to change them. But that’s just plain wrong. We can and we must work to reduce inequality in America.

We need to invest in education and job training programs that will help people climb the economic ladder. We need to ensure that everyone has access to quality healthcare and affordable housing. And we need to address the systemic racism that has plagued our country for centuries.

I know it won’t be easy. But we have to try. Because when we reduce inequality, we make America a better place for everyone.