Also, you apparently missed this:
If you take out the strong opinion of my last sentence, there's nothing black and white about what I'm saying at all.I don't see entepreneurs as superfluous, or even all of them as exploiting anyone. To categorize entepreneurs as one or the other is this faulty black and white thinking of which I speak. Some entepreneurs are fundamental components of a successful economy. Any intelligent person who opposes laissez faire capitalism but isn't a complete socialist either realizes that entepreneurs are necessary, and that much of business is voluntary economic exchange. But to praise all entepreneurs and not be aware that some of them, especially larger corporations, are exploiting others is voluntary blindness.
I think you just want to "win" and you aren't providing any real material to prove your point. That's a problem.