I don't think they are right about that, i think if you have enjoyed some financial success, which I have, and you want to invest It in trying to make the country a better place, which I do( you should be able to). I think at the end of Election Day in 2020, the American people love people who are successful.
I grew up in a time when we had institutions in our society that really supported people. And I don't think we see that here today, i mean, I grew up in a blue collar family. My dad was an electrician. Neither of my parents went to college. I needed scholarships from my dad's union to give me the opportunity to get the education that I have received. And I had this amazing kind of American dream type life where I worked hard and played by the rules.
It is a time for bold solutions. But we also have to put our shoulder behind things that can actually get done, because climate, Jake, is not like other issues. We have an infrastructure issue in this country. But if we wait five years to deal with our infrastructure, it's a missed opportunity. But it doesn't get exponentially worse, so we have to deal with climate change right away.