Funny, in a sad sort of way.
The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) gets respect from the mainstream because it speaks for the money interests. To many of those outside its golden circle, the commentary of its writers is generally suspect, occasionally frightening, and often unintentionally humorous.
Delusion: Middle-class Americans have more buying power than ever before.
WSJ compares the present day to the 1950s, ignoring changes in education costs, health care ...