You know I find it funny that so many today let that jealous demon out and really hold genuine contempt for those who have 'made it' in business to the point that they don't think that these people deserve the wealth they earned. I think it was actually driven by the easy credit markets of the 80s, 90s, and early 00s. People tossed budgets out the window, and opted for the "I want it now" path. Then when the bills came due, they just filed bankruptcy and shoved that cost onto the system. We all saw it coming. Hell, I had friends that all had new cars, motorcycles, house, vacations, and generally living well beyond their means. They had homes that were gaining equity at rates unheard of 15, 20% per year, driven by a red hot housing market made red hot by standards that were overly lax, and gave out money with no doc loans that ended up blowing up. People in this tail end baby boom, first of Gen x ers, were some of the most selfish, dumbest rock heads I have ever known. The bills are due, and they thought that by just walking away that the debt disappeared. Well, it didn't. So now instead of taking a sober look, and accepting responsibility, and doing what is necessary to right the greed, sloth, and downright ignorance, they want to force those who did the right thing to pick up their tab. They want to punish people that 'have' because they now realize that they haven't done the things needed to 'have' themselves. It's a declining path, and may make them feel better, but in the long run, destroys this country.