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39% 113 votes
61% 178 votes
291 people voted
Yes, they earned their wealth and are not doing anything illegal 32 votes

Yes, they earned their wealth and are not doing anything illegal
11%
I believe they give back to society through philanthropy, which is... 42 votes

I believe they give back to society through philanthropy, which is more beneficial than paying taxes
14%
I believe they give back to society through philanthropy, which is more beneficial than paying taxes
No, it only widens the gap between the rich and the poor 194 votes

No, it only widens the gap between the rich and the poor
67%
I don't know 20 votes

I don't know
7%
Other 3 votes

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SeriousBizz

  It's become clear that some people can never be rich enough even though they could never spend all this money in 20 lifetimes.
SeriousBizz

SeriousBizz

  They started to use philanthrophy as a way to look good to the public. Or to implement plans that mainly suit them and not those they pretend to help. Their generous image is silly know we know it's just pennies to them, based on the wealth they have.

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