You appear to imply that the rich are not hard working. It is interesting to hear about hard working lower wage people. Work starts in grade school, then high school, college, etc. If you put the total hours of lifetime work including 100 hour wook weeks of the rich they would on average greatly exceed those who treated schoolong as a joke.
Your comment about 4 applicants for every jobs ignores the facts. The unemployment rate for college graduates is less than 5%. Employers have plenty of job openings but most applicants lack the necessary skills. While many of the rich were tolling 100 hour weeks in college, taking out loans and subsequently taking major career and financial risks most freeloaders were more interested in skipping school, drinking beer and having fun. Now their vote is available to will ever give them the most.