My wife pointed this out to me in The Jewish Observer for Feb/Jan '06 (available online here on p. 16):
[I]ndeed, one young married businessman related that even as he supported his brother in kollel, he felt like a freeloader who was taking advantage by sharing in the merit of his brother's learning without working for it!And this was published as praise! That is the attitude we are producing -- that the majority of Jews should feel guilty for maintaining society.
The Gemara (Berakhos 8a) says about people who work: "Praiseworthy" are you in this world and "It is good for you" in the world to come. How is that freeloading? But I guess only his brother knows that Gemara and he's not telling!