I see that you too are wasting time.
Inspiring. Maybe slightly pretentious. I guess I'm a freakin' richie, despite how poor I feel.
You are rich, Kirsten! The real irony would be if these statistics caused people who are in the richer 50% to give to those in the poorer 50%, but the top 6% didn't give jack.
Wow! Because I have some money I must be a jerk! Man, It's horrible that America sucks so bad and that captitalism has, once again, failed us. Let's revamp the entire idea and move to a more socialistic government; one in which there's less incentive to work and make yourself better. Why is is America's job to take care of the world? Oh, and Daniel...the top 6% do give jack, they give a good amount of money to charity, albeit for tax credits, but they give.
From now on this is how you will see my name appear.
Mormegil? Weird.Anywho, the argument that you should be making is that not only do the top 6% give "back" through charity, but it is their work that makes life for the rest of us possible. Without big business, none of us would have jobs nor enjoy our quality of life. My argument is that the rich get proportionally more out of the system than do the poor, so they actually end up in debt to the system.
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