Yes, we do, and in this country we also respect the man

that makes a living on the line, running a drill press or patching potholes. We also have tremendous respect for those that are willing to roll up their sleeves and do whatever the hell is needed to pay the bills.
That semi-patriotic flag-waving ballyhoo doesn’t wash. You are not some kind of aristocracy that automatically has a right to be in the management or entrepreneurial class by some accident of birth.

We have the freedom to make a living any way we choose, but we have the RESPONSIBILITY to make a living and it is not always an option to just start a business and be Mr. CEO.

That’s not at all what I meant with that word and you darned well know it

You’re playing the MLM game of taking a word with an expected and accepted definition and changing it to your definition. That does NOT work here. I would not suggest trying it again, since repeated use of MLM tactics to manipulate language and a sense of reality are not accepted here and will brand you very quickly as another person with pie-in-the-sky hopes that is looking for a quick and assured path to being rich. You say that is not your way, so make sure you don’t revert to such games.