Passed along in email:
Nick Hanauer, a very rich man, suggests that the very rich secretly believe that when the economic revolution arrives, they will be able to beat it out of town in their Gulfstreams.
Hanauer counters, "No you won't." And the sooner the very rich like him recognize that income inequality is more than just some mewling "it's not fair," the better off they -- and coincidentally everyone else -- will be economically.
His article is longer than a Tweet and probably somewhat facile, but I think he makes a good point.