VanLord wrote:jimtan wrote:reallyreal2 wrote:
You guys are all sheep and don't even realize it. Talking about people being entitled yet have no idea that you are just voting against your own interests. It's so funny that you are worried about the poor abusing the system yet don't look up and realize the 1% abuse it tenfold as much as the poor - the pie is just getting so much smaller for the 99% that we fight with each other over it. I think the rich feel entitlement - entitlement to tax breaks, entitlement to special treatment etc. Don't worry about me feeling entitled to a modest home.
The bigger danger is the populist backlash against the 2%. That's how Donald Rrump got into power. Will things return to 'normal' after Rrump leaves office? Or, is the 'normal' over?
Its actually the .0001% are the problem, this whole 1% is a bit of a misnomer...let alone the 2%. The bottom of the 1% are still middle class, its not like they can afford to drive around in Ferrari's and live in Mansions, yes they have gotten ahead in life, but aren't the elite upper class you are talking about.
the Irony of the Trump "backlash" is that they lower class has screwed themselves over on this one, meanwhile Trump is setting up for a feast of the .00000001% like never seen before. The billoinaires are having a field day, and the wealth gap is only going to grow larger and larger.
the drool and envy is showing