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Seven Reasons Why Being Rich Isn’t Evil

“You know the funny thing, I don’t get along with rich people. I get along with the middle class and the poor people better than I get along with the rich people.”
–Donald Trump

“Money solves your money problems.”
–James Altucher

In the summer of 2011, you couldn’t go into a town of any reasonable size and miss seeing some variant of Occupy Wall Street. They’d usually decamped in a local public park and held up signs decrying the 1%. They made a whole series of “one demands” that took on a whole range of issues. They played on a sometimes articulated belief that rich people were evil, and it was because of the evil that those rich people perpetrated that they, the occupiers, needed to make their protests.

There are evil rich people. There are also evil poor people, evil middle-class people, evil retirees, and a whole lot of other demographics which contain evil people. There’s even a Doctor Evil.

Mike Myers as Austin Powers and Dr Evil

He’s truly evil!

Being rich in and of itself is not an evil thing. Here are seven reasons why being rich isn’t evil.

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