This graph presents this data in a very suspicious and biased way. By looking at this graph, you might get the impression that Obama’s policies have not been a disastrous war on job creators and have not been a huge burden on small businesses and people who are rich enough to call themselves “small businesses” for tax purposes.
If you look at this graph, you might come to the conclusion that the Obama recession has caused the wealth in all of the bottom 90% of income families to go down, but has caused the wealth in the top 10% of income families to actually increase. This might give you the weird impression that Obama does not have his boot on the neck of the successful. This might lead you to the erroneous conclusion that Obama has not completely annihilated the economic stability of the job-creator class. This might cause you to mistakenly suspect that Obama’s presidency hasn’t been a virtual apocalypse of businesses and successful business people.
WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU, STUPID MEDIAN WEALTH GRAPH?
WHY ARE YOU MAKING PEOPLE THINK OBAMA HAS BEEN GOOD FOR RICH PEOPLE?
Obviously, this graph presents this data in a needlessly confusing and complex way. There is simply no reason to break down these groups by income level. That, after all, is class warfare. Instead, the only graph that you should look at is this one:
This graph simply combines all of the income groups together, as God intended, and shows how the overall median has changed over time.
This graph contains all of the information you really need: things were going up until Obama became president, and then things went down. That’s all you need to know. Any more information than that will just expose you to liberal bias!!!!
Graph Source Data: Federal Reserve’s Survey of Consumer Finances
Graph Found Via: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution