Unfortunately, feenix (and Man from Modesto, and nightwork4), I must disagree with some of the things you've said, or with the tone of your responses. To discriminate against someone who is black or white or any other color IS bigotry, because every person, regardless of skin color, remains a human being with inherent and inalienable rights and equality under the law. To discriminate or to advocate against someone who is rich IF that person became rich through insider trading, shady business deals, preferential treatment, advantageous tax policies, inappropriate connections, a 'good-ol-boy' network, criminal activity or any other seamy or socially questionable practices is absolutely NOT bigotry. It's called waking up and smelling the coffee.
You might know, perhaps better than some others, that it is real easy in America today to carelessly toss about terms like 'welfare mom' or 'minority activist' or 'illegal' or 'radical student' or 'union organizer' and create a rabidly negative, discriminatory, and condescending atmosphere. I believe many Americans should stop instinctively rushing to the defense of the 'rich' just because they're rich themselves (or because they're sucking up to the rich, or because they are busy currying favor with the rich, or because they think they might become one of the rich some day). I know rich people who couldn't care less about the world's problems, or those of any individual, no matter how disadvantaged. Many of them do not create jobs, many of them do not create economic growth, many of them do not support charities, and many of them do not allow their wealth to 'trickle down'. They instead grasp for more, often on the backs of those they exploit. I see that NOT as laissez-faire capitalism; I see that as inhumane greed and insensitivity to the plight of one's fellow man, and I see it as evil.