These people make me crazy.
A democratic socialist on Twitter writes:
“Remember, babes, there’s nothing moral about work, and you have basic human rights to food, water, shelter, and health care (among other things) whether or not you work.”
There are scores of things wrong with that statement, but here’s the key one. If there’s nothing moral about work, and we all decide simply to loaf around and exercise our “rights” to shelter and health care, who’s going to provide the shelter and health care that we supposedly have a right to?
How can I exercise a “right” to something that doesn’t exist?
And if we can’t all exercise this “right” at once, how can it be a natural right that belongs by nature to all of us?
In fact, work is profoundly moral, and it involves providing people with things they want.
And if you aren’t just fooling yourself and you really do want an online business, you will need to sell something.
Creating something to sell sounds like a lot of work.
But what if I found you three in-demand things that you can get the rights to sell as your own, and keep all the profits?
Would that not make your online income stream project 100 times easier?
(Some of my best-selling stuff consists of products I bought the resell rights to, as opposed to products I created myself.)
You can have your own business by today.
Check it out:
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