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Churchy:"
Hmm. I guess you could say that if you've got the wherewithal to pay cash for something you want, then I guess that ability constitutes being "comfortably well off".

NO, it just means you are doing without so you are setting aside money for a new car and new roof and new refrig when the time comes.

You aren't 'comfortable',,...you are just living within your means.

Of course, the libs think that if you don't have to borrow money for a car, for a refrig, or the new roof, then you 'have too much money' and it should be redistributed immediately to someone who blows through money like water, and doesn't 'have any savings'.


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