As a truck driver, an actual member of the working class who knows what it’s like to decide between bills and groceries (who has eaten more than his fair share of no-name Ramen and boxed macaroni and cheese) I am the ONLY one running in 2020 with the requisite experience to really help working-class Americans.

  • If you have ever counted your money before ordering food to make sure you also had enough to leave a decent tip, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you have ever given up something you needed because of something your child wanted, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you have ever cleaned your greasy hands with scouring powder, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you have ever used the phrase “the store brand is better than the name brand,” you might be a member of the working class.
  • If the television show “Roseanne” seems more like a documentary than a sitcom, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you have ever embarrassed yourself out of a friendship because of how long it took you to pay back $18, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you have ever borrowed money from your nine-year-old. You might be a member of the working class.
  • If you know at least six uses for WD-40 that have nothing to do with squeaking, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you never leave the grocery store without checking the day-old rack, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you have ever smelled your expired bologna to see if was still OK to eat/feed the kids, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you or anybody in your house has ever, for financial reasons, been forced to use real napkins as feminine napkins, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you have ever cut the mold off of your cheese before using it, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you have ever been frustrated by the state of your underwear, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you have ever moved houses with the help of 4 friends with pickup trucks, and another with a mini-van, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you have ever purchased a used mattress, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you have ever paid a shady tire shop to replace a bad tire with a used one from their inventory, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you have ever put $2.53 cents into your empty gas tank because that’s all the money you could dig up out of couch cushions, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you have ever selected a car with a standard transmission over an automatic purely on the basis that you might need to pop the clutch sometimes to get it going, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you’ve ever paid less than $500 for a running car, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you’ve ever waited months or even years for some weird skin thing or pain to go away on its own or with some lotion instead of seeing a doctor, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you try to get a month or more out of a single razor, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you have ever “borrowed” a wad of toilet paper from the gas station because payday was three days away, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you have you ever used honey as a substitute for jam or jelly because you could not afford the latter, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you have ever begrudgingly eaten a sandwich made from both heels on the ends of a $.79 pack of generic bread, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you have ever eaten peanut butter and jelly saltines because you could not afford a loaf of bread, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you have ever collected cans or bottles because you needed the cash, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you have ever used actual egg crates beyond your college years as any sort of furniture, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If more than half of your furniture is hand-me-downs, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you have ever swept the carpet because you could not afford a vacuum cleaner, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you have ever used condiments to create a sauce to put over a $.99 pack of pasta, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you have ever made a condiment sandwich, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you have ever made a meal out of a 3 dollar bag of trail mix, because it was your best bet for nutrition that night, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you have ever washed dishes with powdered laundry soap, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you have ever washed clothes in the sink because you could not afford to go to the laundromat, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you have ever waited until Friday to go pay a bill with a check in the hopes that you could cover that check in time for the close of business on Monday, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you have ever been excited to buy a new 6-pack of socks, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you have ever been excited to find five dollars in a coat pocket, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you have ever looked at a price tag at the thrift store and thought “Geeze, that’s too much!” you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you have ever made soup in the crockpot in the hopes that it could be dinner for 3 to 5 days, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you have ever traded and deposited, through the ATM, $20 checks with somebody in the hopes that neither check would hit the other’s the bank before payday so that you could get enough cash back for groceries, you might be a member of the working class.
  • If you’re not a chef but you know more than five ways to cook ramen or boxed mac & cheese, you might be a member of the working class.

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