Their is a big difference between those who champion the proposition that all men are created equal and those who disparage the certain and inevitable results of all men being equal , inequality in its practice as a bad thing! Most assuredly, as equals we should be afforded equal opportunity to pursue whatever our chosen endeavors might be. However that is not to say all of us are equally equipped either mentally and/or physically to take advantage of that equality, ergo in retrospect we must as a matter of fact, tolerate the resulting inequalities, not rail against them in envy or punish them for some contrived social injustice! Some of us will do better than others in our chosen pursuits simply because our skill sets are all different, our aspirations are different, our application and dedication are different, our goals and objectives are different! Wouldn't we all like to sculpt and paint like Michelangelo; have the IQ of Albert Einstein; the foresight and inventiveness of Thomas Edison; the fortitude of Mahatma Gandhi; the atheletic prowess of Derrick Jitter or whatever Walter Mitty aspirations we might conjure! We all should revel in the opportunity to be all we can be, best afforded here in these United States of America, and stop entertaining the thought government can some how, miraculously provide a common denominator to make us more socially equal, the mantra of Socialism, and our presidents latest, of his never ending social aberrations-, our President of Division strikes yet again! History validates Winston Churchill's appraisal of Socialism "...a philosophy of failure,the creed of ignorance and the gospel of envy, it's inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery." Lets hear it for ole Winnie!