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Greg Hill (el 25/05/15 a las 4:16 pm)
It's done been proven that the rich do not create jobs the bottom and middle class create jobs if the lower and middle class don't buy the products they make they can't hire anyone, so it's just an argument to keep them getting richer and you getting poorer!!!
Sue T. (el 21/04/15 a las 1:39 am)
I'm only at 15 minutes into this documentary from 2011. So far, it's very interesting. If this is a sore spot for anyone, try to be civil to me as well as other's in the comments. Blocking is not a problem otherwise. Thank you. #theonepercent #suescontinuingeducation #money #billionaires 
Joe Doe (el 19/05/15 a las 5:17 am)
what people fail to see about the top 1% is the doctor or lawyer who spends years studying before making any money or the tradesman who worked by himself and did such great work that 10 years later he has 20 crews and makes a good living. Everyone is always honed in on the end result and never look at what it took to get there. Most wealth is first generational meaning no trust funds, no being born to wealthy family. It means being poor and busting your ass for years to get where you want to go. The sad part is once you get there instead of being applauded for your sacrifices and drive to succeed & accomplishing your goals, you get demonized and people want to hunt you down with pitchforks. that's why the US is a joke with its entitlement crap and me and my family will become expats and retire.
Franklin NJ (el 26/04/15 a las 4:28 pm)
The rich are not creating jobs they are putting the extra money in their pockets, changes need to be made in tax credits and laws. The top 10% have enough money that their future great grand children will never have to work in their lives, and will be born with 3-5 mansions throughout the world with 10-20 luxury cars, 20 penthouses in major cities, own several $100Million dollar companies. 10-20% of their profits should go to creating more companies owned and managed by young executives. Mandatory minimum wage should increase to $15-$20/hr depending on your region's cost of living. CEO's, Athletes, Actors should have a cap on their earnings of $1M-$5Million/year with the remaining current earnings going to maintaining environment, infrastructure and local communities. If world leaders DO NOT FIGURE OUT how to fix our inequalities I'm afraid the military will and that usually means war since its the only tool they have to calm the masses and self serving profits with military investment in weapons.
scotty (el 14/03/15 a las 2:02 am)
Oh the wealthy 1% have earned it, they're not lazy or uneducated, they've the best education money can buy and they've rigged the system to favor themselves. They've made sure they're on top and intend to stay that way by controlling the system. It's 'human nature' to screw others apparently.
sugardippedtitz (el 16/03/15 a las 3:23 pm)
This is not an unbias documentary. The guy clearly has already formed an opinion and is pushing his agenda.
Martha Nate (el 22/03/15 a las 3:06 pm)
Once the rich and powerful know the truth, they will start sharing the wealth and be a lot more humble. They will if they do not want the opposite and if they want to be fulfilled now and forever. Being rich only last a few years, and it is not that great. The truth and the life last forever and it is as good as it can get all the time. page 88 of the Present WAKE UP. Life is Here & Now. Google Truth Contest and read the Present.
franmicgom (el 23/05/15 a las 9:06 pm)
10:50 - 11:53 I'm sorry but Friedman destroyed Johnson here. I grew up in a very Liberal area but it seems these types of documentaries only focus on how much the wealth for the rich has grown yet they never touch on the fact that the quality of life, opportunities and wealth for the poor has risen as well. It's true that the wealth for the rich has grown at a higher proportionate rate, but had that never happened the poor would have stayed poorer. It's funny that Liberals never mention that fact and just seem to want to create a perpetual dynamic of victimhood within the poverty ridden classes. It really is the only way they can stay in power, by bringing others down to their level of envy and jealousy to keep people that were born in poverty further shackled into a mindset of victimhood so they keep them complaining and dependent on Liberals instead of instilling a mindset of perseverence and dilligence. That is immoral and Machiavellian by the Liberals. The only ones holding the impoverished back is the Liberal mindset of victimhood they instill on the impoverished, but that's probably their strategy all along so as to keep the impoverished dependent on them, for that is where their power comes from. Generally speaking, If you work hard in 2015 America no matter what your race or religion you will get ahead, that might not have been the case in the 70's.
Clyde Seeger (el 25/06/15 a las 4:57 pm)
That taxi driver....1:09:32.....he might be God.
Sharley Marley (el 22/02/15 a las 4:20 am)
I want to know how the wealth gap got so large, in such a small space of time? And, why is it only getting larger? I mean, the world has always had rich people, but what has caused the gap to increase, on such a grand scale? Insight from others, welcome.

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