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It all ties into one’s views on money and the world – Many of us who work very hard for our money to provide for our families believe that we are capable of making our own decisions, want a smaller government, and we already pay enough taxes. Unlike Soros and some in the media we don’t support socialism, as we know how hard we worked building our business, and we believe in the greatness of America. Didn’t the mega-wealthy – on the right and left – earn their money? I say bless them as they must have worked many long, painful, difficult hours to achieve personal success.
This discussion is really about choices and core values – between Occupy Wall Street & Soros – and exemplified by Obama who during the 2008 campaign told “Joe the Plumber” that he needed to “spread the wealth around.” They prefer socialism, believe government owes people, and the government built businesses.
As a 37-year-old, born-and-bred American, a product of the NYC public school system I grew up in a single-parent household where my mother worked very hard. I worked 40 hours a week from the age of 11, and founded a company 10 years ago out of a single room 400 square foot office, which today has grown into one of the 25 largest US PR firms.
Today’s government keeps taxing energetic people, and wants to keep adding taxes and hurting those who produce. It is an easy decision to stand with those whom the media attacks like Irving Moskowitz and Sheldon Adelson – who want people to accomplish more – and did indeed build their businesses. Working hard, building businesses, supporting success and loving America – that’s the right way, and supporting causes that strengthen people. Very different values – but little doubt about what our children will be better with.
I continue to work very hard – and today my New York office occupies 25,000 square feet in the same NY office building as George Soros’s office. Mr. Soros – come down for a cup of coffee. Even though you are the socialist, I am happy to give you a cup of coffee – but no more than that. And please, keep those Occupy Wall Street folks away from the building – I don’t have time to listen to them complain all day. Hire them, would you?
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