Are Rich People Really the Problem? Well, It Depends On What Kind of Rich…

Quick question: Do you own a Harry Potter book or did you see any of the movies?

If so, you contributed to this: Screen Shot 2016-02-14 at 10.39.09 AM

Another question: Have you ever owned a PC or done work on Word/Excel/Internet Explorer?

If so, you contributed to this: Screen Shot 2016-02-14 at 10.41.14 AM

Last question: Were you ever forced to do any of the above?

Simply put, these two provided solutions (one in entertainment and the other in technology) better than anyone else. And they were freely rewarded by everyone with massive fortunes.

The bigger and more insidious threat are those that tilt the playing field to their benefit, some of whom become wealthy in the process. Rather than competing – writing a book that people buy instead of the other options available or writing computer code that is globally accepted – they rely on insider relationships, beneficial regulatory environments, or legislative advantage.

It’s defined like this: Screen Shot 2016-02-14 at 11.07.08 AM

The more government is involved in the details of commerce and life, the more it pays for business to curry its favor. It explains why every major company has offices in Washington D.C..

Here’s a chart showing the opportunities for corruption, influence, and phony profiteering in JUST the Federal welfare system:WM-Welfare-Chart-AR-amendment-110215-jpeg

This chart perfectly explains the difference of who’s the RIGHT and WRONG enemy:The RIGHT enemy

It’s incredibly easy for politicians and demagogues to rail against the wrong enemy; it’s courageous and potentially self-defeating to attack the right one.

Thanks to Daniel J. Mitchell for this.


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