"Why should I suffer for making all the right decisions, and everyone else benefit for making all the wrong decisions?" This is a quote from memory, that the chairman of Westgate said to his employees publicly, when he threatened to absolve their positions, and take his fortune to an island beach, if Obama gets re-elected. I can't say how many times I've heard this sentiment, in more or less the same words time and time again throughout my life. It just seems arrogant to think that anyone one of us could have so much control of our own destiny. Is he even considering that his mother at least made one "right decision" for him by giving birth to him in a country that allowed him to prosper from day one? Is he considering the fact that even if his parents had been unemployed, he still would have been able to attend public funded schools, and also access to public funded libraries where he could receive the education it would take to run a multi-billion dollar company? And when he considers his employees to be the ones to have made all the wrong decisions, Does he consider whether or not he could have ever made billions of dollars had they not also been granted many of those same opportunities? Does he consider, that those and many other opportunities and "hand-outs" may have been granted to both himself and his employees by much of the same means that he is profanely complaining about? Then again he could have been born into a wealthy family, which would mean his forefathers had made a whole lot more right decisions for him before he even came along. I don't have the facts in front of me, but I'm pretty sure when he was born into this country, there was probably some other fat ass millionaire bitching about how he was being robbed by a socialist society. I realize this may be late in timing, but just the same, Thanks for letting me rant about that!