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Didn't earn success capitalism not meritocracy
Debate Score:14
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'My father gave me a small loan of a million dollars.'- Trump

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Didn't earn success

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Thousands of libs are millionaires. By your logic, they should have all then became billionaires, but they don't. Do you even have common sense?

Maybe you should stop letting others tell you what to think. Or, if this is your own logic, put your helmet back on.

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ChiefToad(146) Disputed
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Thousands of libs are millionaires

What on God's green fuck makes you think the wealth of capitalist American liberals is relevant to me? Honestly, you are the helmet wearer here.

Maybe you should stop letting others tell you what to think.

Says the cunt who recycles all of Ben Shapiro and Jordan Peterson's arguments on a daily basis, along with every other right wing propagandist on the internet. I think we're done here.

Side: Didn't earn success
BrontoLite(95) Disputed
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What on God's green fuck makes you think the wealth of capitalist American liberals is relevant to me? Honestly, you are the helmet wearer here.

So no ability to rebuttal. No surprise there.

Says the cunt who recycles all of Ben Shapiro and Jordan Peterson's arguments on a daily basis, along with every other right wing propagandist on the internet. I think we're done here.

You retreating to Mommy yet again doesn't bother me in the least. Run away rookie like you always do. Go create more puppets while you're at it. I'll run them back to your mommy too.

Side: capitalism not meritocracy
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Everything is relative.

If you've amassed billions of dollars ( 1000s 0f millions), a million is perceived to be no more than a dollar to a dumb, under achieving loser like you.

Idiots such as you simply cannot grasp the rewards successful, hard working, shrewd entrepreneurs attain.

While you're on here spewing out your benighted, resentful drivel there are 10s of thousands of achievers dedicated to enriching themselves and the communities in which they apply their business acumen.

Reading the parable in Matthew 25:14-30 may help to dispel a small part of your eye-watering IGNORANCE.

Side: capitalism not meritocracy
ChiefToad(146) Disputed
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Everything is relative.

No, subjective perception is relative, things are what they are.

If you've amassed billions of dollars ( 1000s 0f millions), a million is perceived to be no more than a dollar to a dumb, under achieving loser like you.

In other words, Trump is a retard because he perceives a million as a small loan.

Idiots such as you simply cannot grasp the rewards successful, hard working, shrewd entrepreneurs attain.

Trump is a spoiled manchild who was handed a million dollars by his daddy. You are literally retarded if you want to lecture me about hard work when your "great leader" is only "successful" due to being handed things.

While you're on here spewing out your benighted, resentful drivel there are 10s of thousands of achievers dedicated to enriching themselves and the communities in which they apply their business acumen.

Which is capitalist code for bankers and investors who were born into wealth, never earned anything in their life and who contribute nothing to society but reap all the wealth.

Reading the parable in Matthew 25:14-30

Is not something any rational human would care to do.

Side: Didn't earn success
Cocopops(343) Disputed
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You and your kind will just never get it.

To a child living in the ghetto 10 dollars is like a king's ransom.

Trillions, in various international currencies change hands globally everyday.

Such a concept is beyond your arrested intellect.

Like I have already said dumbo, learn from the parable as depicted in Matthew 24:14-30.

The wisdom illustrated in this fable is as true today as it was when it was written.

But of course you know it all and have nothing to learn.

It suits losers to wallow in resentment and self pity while condemning life's high achievers.

If your father, ( presuming you had one) had been in a position to give you one million dollars would you have refused to accept it on moral grounds?

If you had accepted the gift do you think you would have been able to make the principal sum grow 1000 fold and build a multi-billion business empire on the same scale as President Trump?

Those were of course rhetorical questions as we know that brain dead keyboard heros like you are incapable of elevating yourselves from lying farting on the couch.

Side: capitalism not meritocracy