Yes its all just pure jealousy with me. God forbid its that someone takes a step back and looks at our system and realizes how unfair it really is.Jebus wrote:wow, you sound jealous.
Atleast we have big corporations, who do you think employs most of the workforce?
Also a poor person fromt the ghetto has almost no chance of getting out of it?
Look at 50 cent, he went from living in a 175 000$ house to owning a
175 000$ Ring.
Also Most CEO's have tons of schooling, and have worked very hard to get to where they are now. The CEO of McDonalds and the top 50 employees all started from flipping burgurs.
CEO's don't exploit they're workers lol they need us just as much as we need them its mutual. (China is a different story, but still i don't see anything wrong with what they are doing).
Also you don't have to work a minimum wage job, there are other jobs that don't require school that pay up to 17$/h (Ikea Warehouse).
You are right, a corporation's goal is to make money, which in turn creates our jobs. So withought they're greed, were fv(k
Corporations are so beneficial that-
Around 45 million people in the U.S. are without health care http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Health_car ... ted_States. This is a corporate problem, since in our country, employers provide insurance.
In the U.S. 30% of African American children live in poverty http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poverty_in ... ted_States
40% of homeless people are families with children http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homelessne ... ted_States
Is this entirely the fault of corporations? No. It's the combo of our government, who caters to corporations, and the corporations themselves. It is the byproduct of a system which glorifies inequality and disparity in wealth.
Your one example of 50 cent is just to laughable to comment on. He represents one of out oh I dunno, 50 million people. Would the lottery be your solution as well? And using 50 Cent as an example can be downright dangerous, as many poor believe their only out of a terrible situation is to became famous by rapping or playing ball, which leads to a view of the pursuit of knowledge as pointless.
Wrong about us needing CEOs. We don't need CEOs. We need jobs. A fair government who provides jobs and doesn't have one person sitting up top collecting all the money would be much more beneficial for all.
Ok I can't say for sure the TOP 50 companies's CEOs started off flipping burgers or not because I am not even bothering to look it up. I guess there is an off shot that you might be right (which I highly highly highly doubt), but even if that were the case, how does that change anything? Perhaps they still came from which families and their parents just put them to work for 3 weeks so it would look good on their application to Harvard.
There are CEO's who put in long hours into study and schooling and come out on top because of it...but to do what you did, I can already cite one example who just rode off the coattails of his father, didn't do jack when his dad bought his way through school, and wound up being the president. Yes, I speak of George W. Bush, the biggest CEO there was a couple of years ago.