I really feel sorry for you if that is the attitude you have. You only have yourself to blame if you don't join those evil rich people that you choose to hate. I suggest that you stop blaming someone else for poor choices you made and continue to make. You are the one preventing you from becoming rich, it is attitude, effort, risk taking. How did someone getting rich hurt you or your family? I am product of an upper lower income household, worked my way through college, got a good job, worked for 35 years and retired at 57. If I can do what I did so can anyone else but not with your attitude.whysoserious;1059304949]How do you figure? It's a rigged game just like at the casino. At some point, as the squeeze gets tighter and tighter, just like at every other point in history, something has to give and this is usually when revolutions begin. Our system is set up so that money trickles uphill, so what else would you expect to happen?
There is room for some to join, but for ordinary people, as more people hit it big and then keep the money for family legacies, the less money there is to go around in the real world. If everyone was like Bill Gates and planned to donate most of the money back to charity when they died... yes, the system would work much better.
What people do with their money is their business and the fact remains when the rich do better so do charities. I was an "ordinary" folk that made it. I worked hard and never blamed someone else when I made a mistake. I learned from those mistakes and benefited from those mistakes. You always seem to blame someone else. That is your first mistake. I don't care how much someone else makes but you on the other hand post complaints all the time. I don't care what someone else pays in taxes but instead care more about how those tax dollars are spent. You on the other hand worry more about what others pay and not where the money goes.
Today's Democratic Party loves people like you. They will keep you dependent for the rest of your life and the best you can do is blame someone else.