Since left wingers tend to drift towards socialism or outright communish, it baffles me as to why they in turn don't admire Wall Street and corporations. Sounds like an obvious contradiction, right? But it's not. See, a massive, publicly traded company practices wealth redistribution within itself. It is owned by a large number of people, each holding a small share. Shareholders. They exchange their shares on the open stock market. Once on board with one of those corporations, the shareholder can literally sit his ass at home in front of a TV and get drunk........while being distributed a small share of that corporation's profit. Sounds like a liberal's dream right? Sit at home, wrap up in their favorite Obama pajamas, read Newsweek and the NYT, watch MSNBC, go outside and hug a tree and a polar bear, then go downtown and practice some arts and poetry and eat granola. ALL THE WHILE having your bank account get a steady drip of corporate money redistributed for your use. Like liberal utopia, right? Only one problem. To become a shareholder, one must have intelligence, work hard and make smart decisions. And no self-respecting liberal will tell a freshly victimized group of people they must work hard, be smart and be responsible. Thus, they must hate Wall Street. So while the liberal utopian life is available to be had, they'd rather have a tyrannical government confiscate all that money on their behalf, and give it to them the same way.........minus the effort and intelligence.