“Twelve reasons why there is more inequality in the US are Bill Gates, Larry Ellison, Sergey Brin [Google], Larry Page[Google], Michael Dell, Paul Allen, Steve Ballmer, Michael Bloomberg, Jeff Bezos,” that’d be Amazon to you, “Steve Jobs, Steven Spielberg and Oprah Winfrey…” Those are 12 reasons why there is more inequality — and you could add this Zuckerberg Facebook guy for 13. These are just a few of the people who changed the country, and most people would say they did it for the good of the country. Some on here arguable, but still, they did well — and look at all of the jobs these people have created. Do you know how many Microsoft millionaires there are? Do you know how many Apple millionaires there are; how many Facebook millionaires there are?

These people created millions of direct and indirect jobs and paid billions of taxes at all levels of government. They’re not the enemy. Some of them are politically, but they’re not the problem economically. The more you read about these people the more impressed you become with their business acumen, and on the other side we got people like Elizabeth Warren who say, “These people couldn’t have done it without us and the taxes that we paid to build the roads and so forth for them to move their products out and so forth and so on.” So there’s Barron’s, November 7th issue, “Twelve reasons why there’s more inequality in the US.” All these people — and I’m gonna tell you here, folks, I think they’re all liberals. I don’t think there’s a single conservative on this list. Well, we know The Oprah isn’t; we know Zuckerberg isn’t; we know that Gates isn’t; we know that Larry Ellison isn’t; we know that Sergey Brin and Larry Page aren’t. Michael Dell, I don’t know. Paul Allen, I don’t know, but I don’t think so. Steve Ballmer, Microsoft, no. Bloomberg? (laughs) Bezos? These are all libs. Jobs? They’re all commie bastards, yet Occupy Wall Street? These are their heroes!

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