Looking back at the recent history of Disney: A lot of money has gone to building parks across the globe and creating a "resort" in Anaheim.
There is no doubt that that the "original" Disneyland has a finite capacity for guests and it makes a certain amount of sense to create a "second gate" to accomodate more paying customers. It could also be argued that building additional parks around the world allows citizens of other countries to enjoy the experience and spend their money without costly travel to Anaheim or Florida while taking a little capacity pressure off these two parks.
At the same time, however, many classic Disneyland and WDW attractions have vanished or have been diminished. Some because of lack of maintenence... some as a cost cutting measure... some were replaced by "better" attractions. For awhile, Disneyland itself was allowed to deteriorate badly. I hear reports that WDW is still suffering in this regard.
Here's the question: In hindsight, how do you think Disney should have spent all the money: 1. As they did, building more parks. 2. Funneled it all to Disneyland and WDW maintaining the originals and forgetting about world domination. 3. A combination of both. 4. ?