c, you set the tone for the conversation with your first comment. I responded in kind to refute what you said. Anyway, what does Fox News have to do with this (or anything)? It's really no different than the rest of the media.
Consider the following scenario: Suppose this was an article about gifts for the "average" geek who makes, say $50K-ish. You see a digital SLR camera for $800. It has great specs (14 MP, SDXC storage, 1080p video in stereo, etc.). You are poor and can't even afford this. Do you still castigate the author for posting this because someone somewhere committed suicide? Or some other bad thing happened somewhere? The two are totally unrelated. Or do you do something to better yourself so you can afford it? I sympathize with your plight (can't find a job at 62, I'm 55 and have similar problems). I'm semi-retired. We managed to escape the California real estate bomb with a reasonable sum to set up in another state. Just in time it appears as our old house has lost over $60K since we sold it.
Don't hate "the rich." They are no different than the rest of us. They just have more money and as in any group, you have good and bad. I don't know if you noticed, but those jobs that were outsourced overseas have started to return. I hope this trend continues and expands into manufacturing. Hey, maybe some guy read this article who has been considering starting a business and it (along with other things), provided the motivation to do it. Corny, I know, but it could happen. Then, when he made enough, he starts hiring and expanding. Hewlett and Packard started out like this. So did Apple and Microsoft, and many others. Not saying they read an article like this and got going, but they did get going. That's the way things are supposed to work in this country.
Besides, when was the last time a poor person hired people? Destroying "the rich" isn't going to get any jobs created. Neither is government (taxpayer) "stimulus." Government doesn't create jobs, it usually hinders job creation. By the way, the top 10% of people pay most of the taxes. You succeed in destroying them and not only does the economy collapse, but the government loses tax revenue at a time when there is more demand for their services. So everyone loses. And 47% pay no income taxes at all. As long as the rest of us have to pay, so should they. Everyone should have skin in the game. I include myself in this as my income this year may be low enough to get out of paying any taxes. I don't know yet. This is my first year out of work.
Guess who bailed out those crony capitalists on Wall St? You and I through those failed "stimulus" programs. Companies like GE, Solyndra (bankrupt), MF Global, some financial firms I can't recall, etc. have been feeding at the public trough and in conjunction with the government, have been ruining the economy.
I'm sorry you are so bitter. I choose not to be.
Anyway, enough rambling....