I wouldn't say that at all. In fact, despite my personal political leaning, I don't see wealth as being evil at all. What I do see as evil--your word, Sam; I'd use a different word altogether, like "a problem"--is how the welath is used. Wealth used to propagate itself merely for the sake of propagating itself, no matter the expense to others and others' lives--that certainly is a problem IMHO.<br><br>
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#141309 - 02/21/0410:17 PMRe: John Kerry campaign stop in Lancaster, PA
Show me a poor man that can get elected president. Ain't gonna happen. They are all, relatively speaking, persons of wealth and privelege. Democrat wealth, Republican wealth -- there is no distinction. Moot point JC.<br><br>
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And then there's Bill Clinton. Not that wealthy. Lived in public housing for years (if you can call the Govenor's mansion and the White House public housing)<br><br><br><br>[color:blue]All your sock puppets are belong to us</font color=blue>
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