"What it does is it creates what I call the politics of envy. It separates the haves and the have-nots," he says.
"We've always prided ourselves on not being so stratified. Our founding fathers never had this idea of, 'I got mine, now you go get yours'. That's not anywhere in the constitution, the bill of rights, the declaration of independence. But that's what this creates."
In these cases, the lost profits from serving the 'have-nots' may swamp the gains from serving the 'haves.'