Chateau Lafite Rothschild 1983–a steal at $1,142 per bottle! But only $3.99 with Income Equality.
Oh, the tragedy! Dadburned income inequality!
According to a tear-jerker of a piece in the New York Times this week, **Income Inequality** has “erased your chance to drink the great wines” (http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/3897073/posts).
Well, gee. If you’ve got 100 bottles of Chateau D’If 1989 on the wall in 1990, and only 50 left in 2000, and now just ten in 2020–duh, waddaya know, the price went up! The facts that nobody can make a 1989 wine after 1989 is over, and that as the supply goes down the price goes up, just maybe have a bit more to do with it than any **Income Inequality**.
Oh, boo-hoo! Now the world’s great wines are priced out of my reach! And all because of **Income Inequality**! Back when we had INCOME EQUALITY, even the mailroom clerk could afford the world’s great wines, along with first editions of literary classics and his very own Maserati.
Fascinating Fun Fact: **Income Inequality** totally disappears whenever there’s a Democrat in the White House!
So if you want the prices of the world’s great wines to drop down to $1.98 a gallon… well, you know what to do!