This left me to thinking about politics.
This is how a Liberal would handle the situation:
The liberal would chastise the corn giver for their inherent unfairness and compell everyone else to donate corn to feed me. An altruistic liberal, of which there may not be any anymore, would gladly take from their own corn holdings first. If a regular person had more than their fair share of corn that person would be chastised, but if that person was high on the corporate food chain they would only be remarked about behind his back but never confronted directly about his corn greed.This is how a Conservative would handle the situation:
The conservative would understand the inherent unfairness of the situation but in order to be liked by everyone he would gently chide those with corn to be charitable and give some of their corn to me. He would secretly fault the person who took more than his fair share, but if that person was high up the corporate food chain the conservative would understand that that person deserved more corn because of the employment opportunities he provided to both the corn enabled and the corn deprived.What would a Libertarian do?
Stop at a farm market on the way home from work and pick up a couple of ears of corn to feed his family. He would also remember that true Libertarianism has a long way to go because of the behavior of Liberals and Conservatives.