Fortune 50 CEO Income Compared to Average Worker at Company [infographic]

The problem in America is not wealth distribution, it’s income distribution. The income has been distributed from the bottom to the top. Contrary to the false narrative in Congress, taxing this individuals at higher rates does not hurt their ability to create jobs. They should find another argument. This is a real problem.

CEO Pay Put In Perspective

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4 Responses

  1. Phelps says:

    Contrary to the false narrative in from the left, there aren’t enough CEOs to tax to solve our problem, and the real plan is to heavily tax the upper middle class. They should find another argument.

    This is just envy, one of the most venal of sins. Pure and simple. Making CEOs poorer doesn’t make anyone else richer.

  2. It’s not about taxing CEO’s. It’s about CEO’s and executive pay being totally out of whack. America was better when the CEO was paid more in line with what they were worth. You can’t tell me you support the disparities depicted in this infographic. This isn’t a tax issue.

  3. John D says:

    Making CEOs poorer actually does make the rest of society richer, money isn’t some unlimited resource that is generated out of the ether.

    For Person A to have more, Persons B through Z must have less.

  4. Phelps says:

    The economy is not a zero sum game. This is so wrong that it is a lie.

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