I found this to be a pretty interesting read. If you hate Rush Limbaugh and are completely biased, don't bother to read the transcript, but you are missing out on a good lesson on being successful. It emphasizes an attitude more people in this country should have. Instead of worrying about how other people are out to keep you down and how no one deserves anything they have, it focuses on having an attitude on how you, the individual, can be successful by doing what you want and doing it well. It focuses on how you need to bring yourself up instead of wasting you're time blaming someone else for holding you down. It's not a perfect breakdown that solves all the country's problems but what he says is true and actually inspiring instead of the depressing stuff you hear that blames everyone but the individual. College Student Thinks the 1% Has All the Money and He Won't Get Any - The Rush Limbaugh Show "But most people who are in the 1% are there because they work harder than anybody else, because they found what they love doing, and what they do really isn't work to them. They can't wait to get up every day (including on Mondays) to go back to work because it's what they love most in the world -- and since they love it, they happen to do it better than most other people do. "