Corvette owner gets instant fame for answering a guy who wonders how many people could have been fed for the cost of the car

There are people who are born rich, others strive hard to become rich, and some just don’t mind to be rich. Among these three? Where do you belong? But there are people who could just buy the things that they want even if it cost so much. They have their own principle of buying something, that may also be a big deal for anybody.

Just like with the man named Tom Nicholson. He posted on his Facebook account the sports car that he had just bought and how a man approached and told him that the money used to buy this car could fed thousands of less fortunate people. His response to this man made him famous on the internet.

READ his story as stated on Facebook below: 

A guy looked at my Corvette the other day and said I wonder how many people could have been fed for the money that sports car cost.

I replied I am not sure, it fed a lot of families in Bowling Green, Kentucky who built it, it fed the people who make the tires, it fed the people who made the components that went into it, it fed the people in the copper mine who mined the copper for the wires, it fed people in Decatur IL. at Caterpillar who make the trucks that haul the copper ore. It fed the trucking people who hauled it from the plant to the dealer and fed the people working at the dealership and their families. BUT,… I have to admit, I guess I really don’t know how many people it fed.

That is the difference between capitalism and welfare mentality. When you buy something, you put money in people’s pockets, and give them dignity for their skills.

When you give someone something for nothing, you rob them of their dignity and self worth.

Capitalism is freely giving your money in exchange for something of value.

Socialism is taking your money against your will and shoving something down your throat that you never asked for.
I’ve decided I can’t be politically correct anymore. (I never was, actually)

His answer made him famous on the internet world as it received almost half of a million shares and more than eight hundred thousand reactions on Facebook.