Good. Those people as well as you and I, pay way too much for everything that we buy or use because of some millionaire spokesperson, who brings no added value to the product, gets rich. Kids kill and steal so they can buy a pair of Nike gym shoes for hundreds of dollars while Tiger makes millions and cheats on his wife. That's a great life, and yes, I'm jealous... not!
What's the alternative? Do you really want to live in a country where the government decides how much someone can make. How much some company pays Phil Mickelson is between Phil and that company, it's no one else's business, if the consumer doesn't like it, they can vote with their feet and wallet and purchase a different product.
I can promise you one thing, if he didn't add value to the product, they wouldn't be paying for the endorsement.
Do you really think it's Michael Jordan's fault that some kids lack such moral fiber that they're willing to kill or steal for a pair of shoes. I'd argue it's more the entitlement mentality pushed by big government where they're lead to believe they have a right to everything and someone owes it to them.
Lastly, you say we pay too much for everything we buy because of millionaire spokesmen. While were talking about value for the dollar spent, How do you think Phil feels about the 37 MILLION of his hard earned money that he pays in taxes. What kind of "deal" do you think he's getting from the government there?