top 1% lots higher than $100k. and try read some history.
look at history of whether our government worries more about rich people or poor people. reparations not even relevant in julie's view, but since you mention it: it corporations got protected first as "persons" under fourteenth amendment, not former slaves supposed be helped.more recently, it banks got bailed out, not average people. rest of us be expected "suffer consequences" our misjudgment. yes, damn the friggin' government all to socialist hell, our government dare have nerve have progressive income tax rates. and yes, some people pay no tax at all. and yet, many peoplenot rich by any stratech of imagination pay plenty of tax--porportionately way more than those who can hire lawyers to hide their income in caymans. and corporate welfare not even address that problem.that even before we start talking about whose interests being particularly served in places like vietnam, iraq, or afghanistan. your average bakery owner not one trying do business there.