When did I ever say anything like that? C’mon try responding to what I actually say rather than make up a bunch of stuff and accuse me of saying it.So you believe that unlimited greed is the proper motivation for all decisions involving commercial enterprise even though it clearly harms many of the people involved,
Look; of all of the capitalist Countries, none of them are 100% capitalist without restrictions, and they all have a faction of socialism within them; schools, police departments, etc. Capitalist countries allow socialism when necessary, but socialist countries don’t allow capitalism when needed.
By what standard are you making this claim? According to my standard, if you are responsible for the creation of (example) a $billion worth of wealth, and you create it in a way that allows you to keep 10% of it for yourself allowing the rest to be distributed to everyone else, I find that perfectly acceptable. So explain why you consider such a scenario to be a bad thing.By the way. I have no issue with Lebron James being paid millions of dollars more than the average player. But not even Lebron's skills are worth hundreds of millions more than the other players, or more that any other human on the planet.
Suppose they didn’t earn a share of the nations, or even the world’s wealth, but they created wealth where it previously didn’t exist! Would you be okay with them creating wealth and keeping a small percentage of it for themselves? Or would you rather they do not create any wealth resulting in them, the nation, and the world having less wealth because of it.And no human is doing anything to actually earn that much of a share of the nation's or the world's wealth.