At the risk of repeating myself, here’s what rich folks do when they get richer: they invest. A lot of those investments are overseas, thanks to the anti-American business policies of the last four administrations. Don’t think so? Check the tag on that T-shirt or gimme cap you’re wearing. If it says MADE IN AMERICA, I’ll … well, I won’t say I’ll eat your shorts, because some of that stuff is made here, but not much of it. And what does get made here doesn’t get made by America’s small cadre of pluted bloatocrats; it’s made, for the most part, in barely-gittin’-by factories in the Deep South, where the only unions people believe in are those solemnized at the altar of the local church (as long as they’re from different sexes, that is).
Stephen King is yet another one of the super rich liberals who assuage their guilt not by action, but by insulting those who disagree with them. And King can do it as well as any of them, with all the fresh vulgarity and maturity of the average high school sophomore. Calm down Stephen, pay more taxes if you want, but how about you stick to writing gory novels that glorify blood, guts and violence...we'll keep buying them, until you start to suck.