The economic lessons of video games

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  • illuminated St George, UT
    June 12, 2014 12:44 p.m.

    Except that in Mario Kart the stronger items are not stolen from the players in front. Like the Mario Kart fantasy land that John Aziz and many liberals live, they believe in stealing money from those who have earned it. They perpetrate the lie that the Government has lots of money sitting around and all that's needed is a benevolent dictator who can distribute it to the poor.

    The reality is that business owners like myself have our money picked from our pockets to give to our next door neighbor, that's on top of the 15% I give to tithes and offerings. My accountant asks for 30% of my gross income every month to be given to someone else.

    But continue telling yourself that real life is like a fantasy like Mario Kart, maybe that's what helps you sleep better at night