So President Obama, straight off of loudly demonstrating he’s the most useless incompetent to ever run our stupid government, has declared that income inequality is the “defining challenge of our time.”
Anyone want to try to explain why income inequality in America is a problem at all?
Okay, let’s say you’re handed a million dollars, but someone next to you has a billion dollars he earned. Now, should your reaction be, “Wow! I just got a million dollars for doing nothing! I’m rich! Awesome!” Or should you whine like a little girl and cry, “No fair! That guy has so much more money than me! He should give me some of his money!”
That’s exactly what the situation is in America. No one starves. You can be poor and have a car, internet, cable, and a smartphone — many advantages even the richest didn’t have a hundred or so years ago. While there are people in other parts of the world working hard not to starve, you can do a mediocre effort in American and make obscene amounts of money. And what’s the reaction to all this luxury were given just for being born here?
“Wah! Someone has more than me! Unfair!”
I’ll tell you the defining challenge of our time: It’s not enough stupid, whiny hippies getting punched in their ungrateful faces. That’s our country’s problem. Believe me, whiners, you don’t want what you deserve, because it is much much less than you have now.