The reforms, the tax package as well as their criticism and their counter-proposals, only speak of overcoming the crisis and reduce poverty (the country and the large majorities), but avoids mentioning that the only way to achieve a status of wealth and well-being is working. A sad story, before addressing the issue. A seller of crabs offered them in two different baskets: the first hermetically sealed and the second completely open, the question about the difference seller answered; in the first I have Canadian crabs that support each other to get out of the basket, but in the second, facing Mexican crabs when one of them manages to climb the walls of the basket, others jalan so it is unnecessary to cover them. In societies that respect the success (especially those of Saxon/Protestant origin which associated it with honest work), the predominant culture also tends to respect legality, at least apparently, and as a result the prevalence of successful citizen, is accepted as socially positive and beneficial for the whole community, in other words an icon to be emulated. In our society, the success is associated with illegitimacy (SIN); This is especially clear in terms of economic success, since the frustration of not achieving translates into suspicious of media used by others, for their achievement and a feeling that legality is not respected nor respectable, since it allows others to have what one does not have. Our purpose is not to delve sobe historical and cultural backgrounds of our ambivalence against success, but it seems appropriate to mention that the Hispanic/Catholic tradition, leads to think that wealth and power are granted (by God, the King, the President etc.) and consequently work is not necessarily associated with success. Power and wealth are views, not to be objectionable, as a kind of resource management, of unknown origin, to benefit others in free and discretionary way (while the subject who judges be benefited), constituting a species of cascade of authoritarian grandeur process. .