Well this topic was dead until this reply came in. I don't even really remember what we were talking about but I am going to try to infer a little here.
Gavenman was talking about not worrying or caring what a person earns and owns because it is the "right" of an individual. He then went on to say something about being evil for making too much money and that if someone is successful we should remember it's because of liberty and not try to tear them down.
I LOL'd on this one because the original topic subject was "why do you hate Trump?" and it had devolved into a debate. One only has to look at the two candidates for president (and no, there are not more than two as this is our political system currently) and look at how they made their money. They are both evil and they both "make" too much money. But according to Gavenman it's because of liberty and we shouldn't tear them down. That has to be one of the most hilarious things I've heard in a while.
In our world today, one only needs to observe and use common sense to conclude that most people who make lots of money do it in some deceitful or dishonest manner. They are cheating their fellow man in some way, shape or form, whether it is paying employees less than a fair salary, dishonest business practices, charging more than is necessary or fair for services, whatever it is... corruption is rampant. An honest, hardworking small business that is fair and treats others with respect and dignity just doesn't survive in today's world.