By setting the two sets of quotations in opposition and by tagging one of them as by Thomas Jefferson, the non-Jeffersonians are, well, non-Jeffersonians.
But what about that quotation?
For that we go to Monticello.org, the official website for the Thomas Jefferson Foundation. On a page titled "Spurious Quotations" we find:
This exact quotation has not been found in any of the writings of Thomas Jefferson. It bears a very vague resemblance to Jefferson's comment in a prospectus for his translation of Destutt de Tracy's Treatise on Political Economy: "To take from one, because it is thought that his own industry and that of his fathers has acquired too much, in order to spare to others, who, or whose fathers have not exercised equal industry and skill, is to violate arbitrarily the first principle of association, - the guarantee to every one of a free exercise of his industry, & the fruits acquired by it.'" [emphasis added.]Yes, very vague. There's no mention, for example, about how the cessation of democracy is brought about by giving "to those who would not" work.
You gotta do your homework better there, Bish. Either that or you run the risk of having some balding blogger point out your mistakes for the whole world to see. It's gotta be especially embarrassing today since today you used a spurious Jefferson quotation in an attempt to undermine a group's political credibility.