Neutral comment ? NOPE ; Both are WRONG IMO. Paul is too privatized and niggardly here, and Warren is too socialistic, but she displays a glimmer of hope for those who excel, who must be recognized and rewarded more than the indolent, incogitant and slothful. It's not that Paul is selfish really, but he's just too self-absorbed and doesn't generally reflect on the mutualism to any degree that would benefit mankind as it did in our distant tribal periods, where such was key to survival of the species, which has set a baseline of moralism and social doctrine ever since, as evidenced by the deaths of those civilizations that didn't honor such. One must guard against both ends of this spectrum, neither espousing the "spiders in a bottle" syndrome, nor the "sometin' fer nuttin" crowd either...self determination, pride in the work ethic and achievement, and a little golden rule to help those (minimally) who haven't got their bootstraps on right yet...but you don't give away the farm or weaken yourself and become part of the problem or the country will fail.