Being a liberal does not mean that your path to utopia is paved with Chairman Mao's Little Red Book.
I have heard many times that the little red book just wasn't executed properly.
You may consider yourself liberal, but you agree that capitalism is what enables these people to go from working class to wealthy. Most liberals seem to think that ability doesn't exist, no matter what they do or how hard they work. Shark Tank is showing that event, that "leap" happen in real life (my belief is that more socialistic policies inhibits that "leap" from ever occurring, leaving us with two distinct classes, but I digress).
Now, perhaps you don't agree that they should be wealthy at all. Perhaps that disgusts you, as a liberal.
I'm just curious as to what effect a no doubt popular show depicting raw capitalism (being on primetime) has on it's liberal viewing audience.