That's my whole point. I'm not the one arguing that someone with a couple million dollars by the end of their life is rich. People with net assets of a couple of million aren't flying in private jets or owning golf courses. Some people here want to "tax the rich" but then define "rich" as anyone with a couple of million dollars in assets. That's just a small businessman who beat the odds and actually has a successful small business. That's the local pharmacist who owns the local pharmacy. Why tax that guy out of existence? That's what we could be encouraging.