By Gerald K. McOscar
“I've never envied the rich or thought they owed me anything.
“In the short list of unalienable rights, nowhere is it written that I have a claim to property of another. My moral code resists that idea, and the criminal code prohibits it.
“Moreover, if those on the higher rungs of the economic ladder owe me something, it follows that those on the lower rungs have a similar claim against me. My enlightened self-interest resists that idea.”
I never thought about that – “You owe me because you have more than I do.”