This issue is complex there is not one "right way" to view it.
But one distinction that I do not hear this gentleman make, and I do not hear the Occupiers making is the distinction between successful corporations that are profitable because they provide a great product/ service. Versus those who are profiting because of subsidies, sweetheart deals, lobbying, policies, laws and bailouts from our government. Think Small businesses v. the Big Banks, Military Industrial Complex, Education, Health
They are two distinct groups and should not be confused. If we continue to view them as one in the same it will have dire consequences.
I just recently finished reading Atlas Shrugged by Ann Ryand. There are many parallels to our current situation.
The example of a Cell phone. I do not know how to make one. I do not know how to fire a satellite into space and keep an electric plant operating to provide the charge. Individuals of ability, the technicians are invaluable and should be compensated for there skills. Sure you can live with out a phone. I did for 6months while thru hiking. But it is a convenience that I utilized occasionally by borrowing someones to call my family. Not a right, but a privilege to utilize that service. A lot of things viewed as rights are really privileges. Im not saying that individuals should be denied these privileges. But they are privileges none the less, not rights. The providers of those privileges, the individuals of ability do have a right to be compensated for there time, effort, ability. Our society has chosen money as a means of compensation until we chose something else individuals that can do things and do do things will make money. They should not be punished and have there earnings stolen from them, because they have worked hard and got something done. It is just a matter of separating them from the sanctioned criminals that did not provide a valuable service and product in bed with the government.