Are you this friggin Dense. I stated that a typical millionaire is a small business owner. Not the other way around.
Are you really so thick as to not grasp the contradiction here?
That is, if only 13% of small business owners are millionaires, then how could this group be construed as "typical" as a percentage of the total number of millionaires in America?
Bush/Cheney aren't even close.
You still haven't backed this contention with facts. Your own LA Times quote starts by saying "Since key details of Heinz Kerry's investments are not in the public record, a precise valuation is not possible." And you provided no facts to substantiate either Bush or Cheney's net worth.
But, IMO, the real point is this:
No matter what the difference in Bush/Cheney and Heinz-Kerry's net worth, your insinuation that the same criticisms you're leveling at Kerry and his wife don't apply to Bush and Cheney is ludicrous. Even if Bush and Cheney are worth less than Kerry and his wife, it still doesn't follow that this difference in net worth is meaningful enough for them to be perceived as being in touch with ordinary, working Americans.