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ajm3: Your view of morality appears based on gold and the justification for it's acquistion and accumulation. Mine is based simply on deeds. Being wealthy can certainly make your life easier but can it buy true happiness? I think my starting point is a lot closer to those of the founding fathers then yours are. I guess our generation gap is much wider then I first thought. Didn't your mom ever tell you that it's not how wealthy you are that's important, but it's what you do with your life that will be judged. I give when I can to those in need and would never consider a politician to qualify. I will just go to the polls and vote like the rest of us in line and hope for the best. That's what the founding father's intended and that is what has kept our country great for so long, not money. God bless.
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