Letter: Speaking out for middle class

Families whose homes were damaged by superstorm Sandy

Families whose homes were damaged by superstorm Sandy have one more insult they can add to their list of injuries: Unless they are careful, their children's student aid packages might get nicked. Photo Credit: iStock

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Hooray for "Willing to try the higher tax bracket" [Expressway, Jan. 5]. I'm a senior citizen, so I know my circumstances are different, but like the writer, I really would love the chance to live on a $450,000 income, just to see how it would feel to do all those things he mentioned. I would even take a chance and live on the lower figure of $250,000!

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Kudos to him for speaking out for us middle-class citizens who live on way, way less money than the politicians in Washington are talking about.

Alice Poskrop, Floral Park


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