Individuals do not decide on the state of the employment market. Social classes do, and so do politicians who represent them.
I can't imagine he could possibly justify this in 140 characters, so I'm hoping he'll chime in with comments to explain this insane idea to us all.
Update: and this as well, please:
For me, the moral element rests on one paradigm; that on aggregate, inequality is the biggest barrier to individual liberty.
I'm dead keen to hear how someone else being better or worse off than me impacts my liberty.