Child Labor: The Ten (self-made) Richest Kids

The list makes me feel old, since I'm not familiar with a lot of the names of wealthy young singers and actors -but my kids know them! Find out who the richest working teenagers are at Socyberty. Pictured is Vanessa Anne Hudgens, star of High School Musical. Link -Thanks, RJ!

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And I am sorry if i was trolling... I am just argumentative by nature. (The last person I would want to make mad is Miss Cellania.... because I love her posts :) )
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I was going to leave a comment suggesting that only one out of ten of these kids is going to be a millionaire ten years from now. Instead I run into a Socialist-baiting troll and a defensive redistributor.

Let me combine all this and say that the ultimate redistribution of wealth is to spend and invest it. If these children follow in the footsteps of their predecessors, they will do the former all too well and later none too wisely.
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My far left politics are pretty well known. I try not to beat anyone over the head with them in my posts (just in comments).

“From each according to his ability, to each according to his need” is a great adage in theory. In reality, it only works for very small communities, like a family or maybe a small tribe. When you apply it to societies large enough to have people who don’t know or care about each other, it falls apart. Human nature. You’ll get greedy people on both ends who won’t contribute, either by exploiting others for riches or by avoiding work even though they are able. And either feeds into the case of the other.

A better phrase would be “A society will be judged by how it treats it weakest members.” I don’t begrudge people their wealth. I would like to be a wealthy person someday. But I also hope that money never becomes more important to me than freedom, justice, and giving children a decent start in life.
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HollywoodBob: actually it was more that she said that those who have more than they need should chip in to help those who have less.

It sounded a little too much like "From each according to his ability, to each according to his need"

"Can you honestly tell me that someone who works hard ...":
Yes. Yes I can.

And I don't believe I trashed my government. I love America, and I think the America is the best and most generous country in the world.

I only responded to Miss Cellania (who i respect, and whose post I almost always enjoy) because it sounded like she was saying "From each according to his ability, to each according to his need". I have nothing against her, and I hope she post more videos :-)
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