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To: Mr. Mojo
These actors and comedians and politicians who don't actually work but make huge sums of moneyt could vow to live on 50 or 75,000 a year and donate the rest. It's not as if they spend 60 hours a week in a coal mine. Bunch of hypocrites
24 posted on 06/25/2008 4:58:08 PM PDT by normy (Don't take it personally, just take it seriously.)
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To: normy
These actors and comedians and politicians who don't actually work but make huge sums of moneyt could vow to live on 50 or 75,000 a year and donate the rest.

First, let me say that I am asking this in good faith...not trying to start a fuss. But, who would they donate their money to? The "poor"? Then we continue the cycle of dependance. Programs to educate the "poor"? We've spent billions on those programs and we keep being told that it is not enough. The truth is, it will NEVER be enough.

I'm not a rich guy. Far from it. But, I believe that everyone should be able to sell their talents or products for whatever the free market is willing to pay.

God Bless the rich! I hope to be among them someday. And in this wonderful free society, I actually have a shot at it (if I am willing to WORK for it.)

I guess that I am just saying that I don't know where the rich could donate their money where it would not do more harm than good.

54 posted on 06/25/2008 6:18:02 PM PDT by gubmint cheese (Long haired, maggot infested Conservative dittoes)
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