There aren't 100 million people in America who don't have a cell phone, or Internet access, or a flat-screen TV, or cable/satellite TV service, or a car. And these figures, as the chart notes, don't include the legions who absorb Medicare and Social Security dollars.
We have become a nation of takers. But, as the saying goes, the problem with socialism is that you inevitably run out of other people's money. If we are all takers, who will be the givers?