Well as time went by, and Manny graduated from high school, his father a taxi driver, could not afford to send him to college. Manny instead began looking for work. He was a hard worker but could only find dead end jobs. Nevertheless, Manny strived to get ahead and at his new job he always volunteered to work overtime as a forklift operator at the J and C warehouse.
That Manny was something...when he saw an opportunity look out Loretta. Everyday, and I mean everyday, Manny taught himself, and became immersed, in website development. He would stay up all night, go to work, come home, and only go to sleep every other night. He did this for two years only sleeping soundly on weekends. It wasn't long before he filed for two patents. Several companies offered him a tidy sum for the patent rights. Although tempted, he turned them down. A better outcome was just a short hop away. Why sell the patent rights when he could develop it himself he thought? What he did may have been a gamble but it also quenched the urge to take care of his family.
Six and a half years after Manny was first offered $450,000 by Sincom Systems he had created MMD Web Developers MMD for short. Today the privately owned company is worth over 165 million and employs 26 people and Manny is considering going public with a IPO.
To his credit he took care of his Mom and Dad and little sister. They lived the life never dreamed of in Cuba. But Manny also indulged in living large. He takes home an annual salary of $10 million but spends over $12 million. Although he has never married he has 4 homes (and throws lavish parties), six cars, an 85 foot custom Hatteras, and a Cessna Citation. His credit cards are maxed out. The IRS is breathing down his neck for some serious back taxes. Trans Union, Equifax, and Experian have all downgraded his A-1 credit rating of 809 to 362.
What is Manny's problem?
A. Simple... he needs more revenue.
B. He spends to much.
The correct answer is A according to Obama and the rest of the Democratic Party.