His last implication is an attempt to draw attention to wealth inequality in the country. I’m Done With Teaching I’m Going To Disney. When it comes to wealth inequality, there are a few conclusions to be made when someone approaches you speaking of inequality. First of all, why is inequality inherently bad? Is it merely because someone has more? If the problem isn’t that Peter is poor but that Paul isn’t then it just illustrates the driving force of the progressive left’s philosophy where they seem far more interested in abolishing prosperity than poverty, to the point that I don’t even think they see soaking the rich as a means to an end.