United States, Massachusetts, South Carolina discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts - Hoarding The American Dream

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Cruising into a more what tough casa fide fossilized class society in the united states you buy it eight hundred four two three eight two five five virginia in winchester massachusetts virginia thank you for calling you're on the air hi coun high on the line congress there i can longer local carriers i frankly here by the conversation gut i'm actually while i was listening i heard him say that college debt is is not a big deal for the upper middle class got me dissent thought who is this insane person kitty sang these things um i live in a community that is one of the most affluent in massachusetts um i'm a liberal and i choose to live in this community because for where the jobs are this a community that i feel my kids safe i feel like a certain kind of lifestyle can live but i could also get this lifestyle in a community let's say in south carolina we're in texas um or some place else whether or not and it would cost a lot less the lot of what you're talking about has to do with the cost of living up number one number two this notion that um i don't rick recognize helped west i am that i can live in a community where my kids aren't uh having horrible things happened to them or gunfire going off or something like that in an idol appreciate it is crazy and third you know this is a community for instance everybody in its don't believe come and luxy lots and lots of people work and so as you pointed out to nurses can work and they get into your uh and your strata y'all but i used to work for low trying to develop low house low workforce housing in winchester and we were looking at people like nurses as people who needed to have help getting into the housing market here and so i just feel like you're just approaching this thing in a really.

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