Quote of the Day – Larry Correia Edition

From a post on his Book of Face:

In my life I’ve milked cows, moved hay, done construction, worked in a cheese factory, answered phones in a call center, given auto insurance quotes, sold books, wrestled drunks, been an accountant, been an auditor, taught pistol and rifle shooting, opened my own business, lost my own business, got into contracting, been a finance manager, and then a senior finance manager, and now I’m a bestselling novelist… So over my life I’ve gone from very poor, to poor, to middle class, back to poor, to middle class, then to upper middle class, and now I’m rich. I don’t feel rich, but democrats feel that it is okay to take half of my income, so I must be rich. For all I know, I might be poor again tomorrow, but I at least I know how to cook beans and roll tortillas.

So forgive me if I don’t buy into your theory that we’re all trapped in some sort of friggin’ caste system here.

If you are stuck in a minimum wage job for ten years, the problem is you. If you are trying to support a family for any extended period of time on a minimum wage job, the problem is you. If you don’t think the problem is you, the problem is you. If you don’t have the skills to get promoted or hired somewhere else, the problem is you. If there aren’t any jobs in you area, friggin’ move, but I’m betting the problem is still you.

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