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A family with low income isn't a 'subprime family'. A family with high income isn't a 'prime family'. Isn't it enough that 'middle class', 'lower class' and 'upper class' are today already purely defined by finance? Can't he just say 'families with low income'? Or are people today exclusively defined by their credit worthiness?

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by Martin (weiser.mensch(at)googlemail.com) on Thu Feb 12th, 2009 at 01:33:28 PM EST

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