That's your definition of liberalism.<quoted text>
Once again your confusing wealth with Aristocrat and Liberalism. I put forth for you the definition of liberalism. No where in it does it say that liberals can not have vast wealth. It is how they use that wealth. Do they promote and support the definition of liberalism or do they support illiberalism? Example; Warren Buffet is for greater distribution of the inequality that exist in our society. That’s liberalism; Now Koch supports reduction of taxes, especially for the wealthy with no distribution of inequality, increasing inequality. That’s illiberalism .
Now as this chart indicates, just which of these two do you admire and praise? Hmmm Keep in mind there are many economist that supports this chart. One is the winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics. This, as a close minded individual, you evade, deny, distract, etc. etc. and provide no facts or substance to disprove it. No, I will not be not accepting tabloids journalist or Foxy OPINONTED News networks as a creditable source.
http://neweconomy.net/content/wealth-inequali... video chart USA wealth Distributions.
Shutting your eyes and stamping your feet will not make reality go away.
Mine is mis-guided hypocrite.