Good and evil? We perceive each other through individual prisms and judge accordingly. My prism sees having billions or even millions of dollars in your bank account without using some large part of it for the common good is immoral. (Okay—you get a pass on this if you only have, say $2,000,000. I'll even say you can have a yearly income of 2 million, but you have to pay taxes. Who needs more than 2 million dollars a year?) The biggest diamond necklace in the world hanging from my neck will not make me better than anyone else; it just says I'm richer, and most reasonable people would think my jewelry ridiculous. There are women who pay more for an evening gown than a lot of American families see in a year. Money should be a tool, not a meaningless number of zeroes in a bank account in Switzerland.
Of course we need to raise the minimum wage and then regularly keep it consistent with inflation. Employers sent children into mines until the 1920s in this country, until doing such a thing became illegal. We wouldn't need labor laws, unions, or minimum wages if we could rely on fair business practices without them, but we can't. Employers look out for themselves and their own families, for the most part, and always have, everywhere. People with billions have not lived altruistically. There are humans who are extraordinarily good as well as people who are extraordinarily shitty specimens. I'm hoping the Waltons get plastic coconut cream pie thrown in their faces, and soon.
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