Wall Street is not happy about Obama's pay cap provision in the welfare money that they are receiving from the Government. Says Patrick O'Hare, "The salary limit is "still a hefty sum to be sure, and the spirit of the order certainly has popular appeal, but it's a slippery slope when the government puts restrictions on how much an individual can earn in the private sector".
To this statement, I answer, who said that this is now the private sector? You are begging for and accepting government money, and since that money belongs to the taxpayers, it is now the public sector for all those welfare loafers who choose to ask for it and accept it. And guess what else? When you choose to be a welfare loafer, instead of pulling your own weight in society, you have to abide by the rules of receiving welfare. No lavish parties, no big bonuses, no golden parachutes, and no big salaries. YOU ARE ON WELFARE, and this is not going to be business as usual. You can't have it both ways. Your exorbitant lifestyles are no longer acceptable when you choose going on welfare over being a productive member of society. Live with it.
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