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"Now, no class warfare, O.K.?"
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"You can't bully me."
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"We found the spare key under the welcome mat."
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"'Oligarch'—terrible word, we'll need a new one."
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The stilt walkers union on strike
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'It's not my job to worry about the 47% of Americans who are irresponsible. Wait I didn't state that very elegantly. It's not my job to worry about the 47% of Americans who are irresponsible.'
'First, they want us to pay our fair share of taxes, then they threaten to mess with mortgage deductions! Galloping socialism is what it is!'
The Muriel Inquisition.
'He was a grateful man...just not in a good way.'
'When I said 47% of Americans wouldn't take personal responsibility. . . I forgot to hold out my pinky finger.'
'Look at these houses...who ARE these people?'
"My third period class has to be mentioned in here somewhere."
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Arithmittic - I am 100% for 1% who exploit the 47% which 50% are women who make 30% less than men.
'If the 99% outnumber the 1%, no wonder the democrats are winning.'
'We're really the same, me and you. Same manufacturer even.'
"The rich keep getting richer and the poor poorer. So it doesn't surprise me that the middle class is vanishing."
"Are you asking if I'm lazy because I'm in the 47% or the 99%?"
Middle Class Museum
'I can't wait to see what trickles up from the State of the Union Address.'
'The middle class is nothing for you to be concerned about honey. They'll probably all be gone by the time you grow up.'
"Look, I'm a king and you're a peasant -- DEAL with it!"
'Does limited upward mobility count?'