Wealth belongs not to those who create it, not to those who own it, but to The People, to be distributed as corrupt, power-drunk bureaucrats see fit. Take it from one of liberalism’s most influential mouthpieces, Michael Moore:
Really Rich Michael Moore Says All Wealthy Americans’ Money is Not Theirs It’s ‘Ours’
As for the mountain of money Moore has amassed with his anti-American propaganda films, that is not a national resource â€” it’s his.
Sultan Knish explains reality:
The top 10 wealthiest men and women in America barely have 250 billion dollars between them. That sounds like a lot of money, until you look at annual Federal budgets which run into the trillions of dollars, and the country’s national debt which approaches 15 trillion dollars. And that’s not taking into account state budgets. Even Rhode Island, the smallest state in the union, with a population of barely a million, has a multi-billion dollar budget.
As the 10th richest man in America, Michael Bloomberg wields a personal fortune of a mere 18 billion dollars, but as the Mayor of the City of New York, he disposes of an annual budget of 63 billion dollars. In a single year, he disposes of three times his own net worth. A sum that would wipe out the net worth of any billionaire in America. That is the difference between the wealth wielded by the 10th wealthiest man in America, and the mayor of a single city. And that is the real concentration of wealth. Not in the hands of individuals, but at every level of government, from the municipal to the state houses to the White House. (Read it all, here)