28 Days (2000) - Rotten Tomatoes

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The elite essays The strongest arguments for this statement are that about 10% of people own 90% of the wealth in the US, as the definition of elitism states “The view that the United States is essentially run by a tiny elite MSW Admissions: University of Houston of wealthy or well-connected 28 Days (2000) - Rotten Tomatoes ) who control public policy through both direct and indirect means.”Another strong argument is that why do only rich persons get nominated or even have a chance to hold a high political position, you never see a person that doesn’t have a lot of money running for president or if you do they will eventually drop out because of lack of funds, this proves again that money is the answer for everything. I agree with the statement because it’s true that our government only represents the rich and well connected rather than the poor and needy, our government rarely looks out for the poor. Instead of giving tax breaks to the poor, our government makes the rich richer and the poor poorer. Well, it’s obvious that the government is going to help out the rich first because they are the ones that help them get elected and once there in office they feel obligated to pay them back however they can and without thinking about anyone but their own well being. One good example MSW Admissions: University of Houston our government represents the privileged few rather Moz - Backlinks the needy many were in the 2000 presidential elections. If George W. Bush had not been the son of a former president and the brother of the governor of Florida, there is no way he would be our president. Since former presidents get to know a lot of people and help many of them when they need help it is often given to them by the people they helped in the past. I think the laws should be changed so that everyone has an equal opportunity of achieving success, regardless of how much money they have or whom they know and instead it should be on the basis of how capable they are of the job and their level of knowledge, this way there would be.

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