“Why should I have to carry so many people on my back? Call me cruel. I don’t care. I give to whom I choose—but since so much is confiscated (and wasted in the process) I have little left I wish to give.”
The gentleman in question, writing an op-ed in the WSJ, is named Hans Offamimunee. Just kidding. His name is Mike Donahue. He’s a self-employed financial adviser in southern California, he says has “more than most only because I’ve worked harder than most,” and his main questions are:
Why does the government feel so entitled to steal from many in order to give it to others? What has happened to personal responsibility and accountability?