, Maddus Mattus wrote

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No, clearly, no, hell no! This is so wrong on so many levels.

Am I worse off buying bread from a baker? If the answer is yes, I must be a baker!

As expected, the point flew right over your head. All you're doing is point out the benefits of division of labor, but I'll indulge you with your baker analogy vis-a-vis wealth distribution. You, personally, are better off buying from a baker, but that baker is named "Sara Lee" and the only ones getting rich are the executives at Sara Lee--not the "real" bakers that work there. And for every penny that you gave Sara Lee, it was a penny that the now-defunct Wonder Bread (once owned by Hostess) didn't make.

When someone gets richer, society is telling them he's doing a good job.

Uh, no.