To follow the example of the character John Galt in the book "Atlas Shrugged" by Ayn Rand. A person who goes Galt is a productive member of society who decides to reduce his or her productivity in order to thwart the efforts of unproductive people to take the fruits of his or her labor.
"I can't get ahead. My taxes go up every year."
"Easy! Just go Galt."
by Mike_2352 August 08, 2009

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