No, it isn't. First, I might point out that LACreditGuy, in so many words, associated modest incomes with modest credit scores - which is far from true. Lots of people with modest incomes have great credit scores because they manage their money well. So what he intimated there is patently false.
Second, there is no frustration here, just a way to brag about being rich. $14,000 is a pretty good limit, and better than most other Discover stories I have heard. I doubt someone with LACreditGuy's claimed level of wealth is running around after a measly $75 in rewards a quarter (5% of the $1500 spend cap on the bonus categories), and as a flat rewards card, Discover isn't exactly the greatest. A $14K limit is quite good for the purposes for which Discover exists; that it doesn't meet whatever LCG's demands are is not a good reason to be "frustrated" when all the information about Discover and its target market is out there.
Except that Discover is not a business card, and LCG never indicated that he was using it for business. Rather to the contrary, by asserting that it's a card for people with modest income (and incorrectly associated modest scores), he seemed to imply personal use. And I'm still waiting for him to tell us which Mastercard provides a six-figure limit on a personal account and exactly what his limit is.
He said nothing about credit scores. You got defensive and read too much into that. Read his post again.
I confused the business part with another post. My bad, but my point and his are still going to stand. Big limits/big spend is just not Discover's specialty.
I don't understand why you think it's impossible that someone has a credit card with a six-figure limit. It does not matter what he has or doesn't have specifically, he was just making a point. If you don't spend 5-figures per month or more like he mentioned, then yea, $14K is a fine limit. You're missing the point here and just acting defensively. I don't spend tens of thousands every single month like him, but I do spend a ton on my business and that's just something not everyone can relate to. No need to get mad at him because he has a high income.