If you (above) had to get student loans, you are not part of the 1%!
Now This guy (below) is part of the 1%
For more than a month now, Occupy Wall Street supporters have been camping in lower Manhattan to voice their dissatisfaction with, among other things, America's mind-boggling income inequality. Though they've faced criticism from naysayers all along the way, it turns out that the protesters' grievances aren't just figments of their collective imagination after all: In the past three decades, the richest 1 percent of Americans have seen their share of the U.S. income grow by 275 percent since 1979, according to a new study from the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office. In comparison, the poorest 20 percent had only an 18 percent increase. Never again should anyone ever ask, "What is Occupy Wall Street so angry about?"
And why do you look at the ill gotten funds in your brother's coffers, and not notice the ill gotten funds which are in your own coffers?
You hypocrite, first take the ill gotten funds out of your own coffer, and then you will see clearly to take the ill gotten funds out of your brother’s coffer.