An Imaginary Letter From an Imaginary Billionaire

To whom it may concern:

I am a billionaire. To earn my wealth I assumed personal and financial risks. If I had failed and gone broke, no one would have felt sorry for me or bailed me out; nor would I have asked to be bailed out. I and my associates provided to the world superior material goods of higher value-for-money than comparably priced substitutes. We offered our products honestly and we charged what the market would bear; consumers purchased our goods wisely and gladly. Our incomes have been proportionate to our contribution to the economy.  (Continue reading)

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