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How Has Inflation Affected You?

Posted on Friday, August 25, 2023
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by The Association of Mature American Citizens
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We’ve asked our members how they feel about inflation and know they are angered by the government’s response. AMAC wants to know how the current economic situation has impacted your life. Share your personal experiences and thoughts on the issue below in this brief survey.

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Gofer
Gofer
10 months ago

Living on Social Security, we’re broke for two weeks of every month, between a bit of gas, groceries and other necessities. We’ve always been able to survive a lot better, before this socialist dictator took over. How someone like him got elected, is totally beyond comprehension.

Greg Gille
Greg Gille
10 months ago

Well, 22 gallons of gas just cost me $97.

Eggs, milk, bread are outrageously priced.

I have no mortgage, but had I one, it would be up 19%.

Slo Joe is not smart enough to circumvent Congress, but his handlers, cheat the system regularly.

Where’s the impeachment, trial,and guilty verdict?

Michael
Michael
10 months ago

I wish we trump voters were exempt from bidenflation.

Mike L
Mike L
10 months ago

biden’s (& democratic groups) Inflation Reduction Act is doing a great job of deducing my wallet. Higher taxes from “climate change” and “carbon tax” is putting my family in the poor house. Utilities cost more; electric up 50%, natural gas up 28%, water/sewer bill up 20%, propane up 35%. Groceries up big time, gasoline and diesel up 35%,and climbing. Insurance up.
The 8.7% increase in Social Security last year is a joke compared the costs people are seeing for a descent living. I’m retired, but still do some farming, and that is getting attacked by the democratic climate change.

Michele
Michele
10 months ago

Inflation has affected us at the grocery store and gas pumps, what we bought 2 months ago now cost us double. We both received raises in June, only to have it go into our food and gas bill to get to work. Forget about going out to dinner, it’s gone up $20-30 per outing. So now we eat more at home. This will be affecting the economy for many people who just can’t make ends meet.

Doug
Doug
10 months ago

What’s going on, we are not drilling for any oil, prices for food is up. I can’t afford to live.

Brenda
Brenda
10 months ago

I don’t understand how this administration came to be. Our President fought the fight but it just seemed to happen anyway. There will come a day when all will be set right and Truth will rise. God bless America.

CarrieJ
CarrieJ
10 months ago

Gas up, property taxes up, electrical bill up, phone bill up, food prices up, restaurant prices up, cars prices up, etc. Everything costs more. I see people begging for money at stop signs that I never saw before in Woodbury MN by Costco. All these beggars seem to be everywhere, and I no longer feel safe driving around the cities.

Gloria
Gloria
10 months ago

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