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Bob Pritts  
St Hedwig, TX  
July 19, 2012 3:14pm
 
Some Dude,

First of all, I want to congratulate you on taking your government hand up (others peoples money) and deciding to establish, taking you at your word, a viable free-market, capitalistic enterprise. Good job. I mean this sincerely. This is not meant to be sarcastic.

Secondly, I must thank you for somewhat unknowlingly proving the content of many others' thoughts on this blog, including myself. Be truthful with yourself ... you are self-interested, which is normal for a human being. You are also greedy, in a good way. Businesses are only in business for one reason, and that's to make as much profit/money as they can. And the more money they make, personally, the more difficult it becomes to close. That's human nature also, but somehow we now describe it as a pitiful failure of character. In reality it is an innate drive to reach the heights of our God given talents and abilities.

The most provate charitable donations (in dollars) are made by those who have been highly successful in life. That's a result of another innate yearning among all men.

So, I guess to conclude ... unless we get out of this notion to hate the risk-takers, who, like it or not, supply most of our jobs, we'll ultimately lose this greatest Republic ever established on this planet.

By the way Dude, why do you not mind giving 4-5% of your rightfully earned pofits to the government in order to support those among us who never tried? Is it some kind of personal unfounded guilt relief, or what?
     
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