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@Lawrence: While you're asking people things, why not ask the poor who work two full-time jobs and still barely make rent. Once you've done that, why not ask the poor who used to have a job, but now work full time at looking for work, and when you're done doing that, take your prosperity theology or your reaganism or whatever, and shove it up your a$$.
Yes it is connected(in most cases) to how hard you work for it. Just ask the poor who rely on gov't support rather than ambition and driveto succeed
How about a fourth option...'sometimes'? 'Maybe' is ambiguous and makes it sound as if when you vote that way, you don't really know. Sometimes one's wealth IS connected with how hard one works, but there is no shortage of examples in which that just is not the case.