Wealth, poverty not a matter of luck
If it weren’t for bad luck, he’d have no luck at all.
We all know people who fit this description. most of the time, these folks make their own bad luck: dropping out of school, missing too manydays of work or sitting on a bar stool most nights.
We also know people who make their own good luck be becoming educated, working two jobs, taking a second loan on their home and working 18-hour days to make some enterprise into a successful concern.
Many on the left are saying President Barack Obama just misspoke when he said, “If you’ve got a business, you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen.”
I say Obama meant what he said because he has said similar things so often. “We should expect the the most fortunate to contribute their fair share” is a favorite saying of Obama.
Now that Obama is going off the teleprompter more ofter, may we will hear the truth more often.
Leftists like Obama fell people with more money really don’t deserve it. They set ot to achieve social justice by taking away from those who earn money and giving it to those who didn’t earn it.
This explains why Obama is working to ease up on work requirements for welfare recipients. He wants things like bed rest, smoking cessation and journaling to satisfy work requirements because people on welfare are just victims of bad luck and people with higher incomes are just more fortunate.