More scenes from the class war

More scenes from the class war September 22, 2012

Middle income is $200,000 to $250,000 and less.”

“The census data that just came out show that the median household income — the amount at the 50th percentile — was about $50K last year.”

“Blessed are those who, in moments of moral integrity, defy this cynical list of political beatitudes and act from a sense of authentic justice, compassion, or moral purpose — for although they might not get reelected, they may actually find true fulfillment in the lives they lead after leaving public office.”

Fox News viewers may have trouble driving from Oklahoma to Mississippi.

“My testimony specifically urged … that the platform pledge Federal, state, local, and individual action to promote the civil rights of all Americans … [and] the repudiation of extremists who might attach themselves to the party.”

“The gates of Jerusalem were to be open not so that Pareto-improving exchanges of goods, services, and financial assets could proceed unhindered.”

“How do we pool resources at the same time as we decentralize delivery systems in ways that … foster competition, can work in the marketplace, and can foster innovation at the local level and can be tailored to particular communities.”

Then in 2008, I don’t know, something clicked.”

“This is what is known as the ‘soft bigotry of bigotry.’

“The residency programs to train new doctors are largely paid for by the federal government.”

“It could be the hypothermia talking here, but maybe we should have let the Democrats have that one.”

“Even as federal budgets shrink and illegal immigration ebbs … there’s no end in sight for the growth of the border-industrial complex.”

“A majority of Louisiana inmates are housed in for-profit facilities, which must be supplied with a constant influx of human beings or a $182 million industry will go bankrupt.”

I’m grateful to him for formulating his stance so clearly because he has once again proven the correctness of our approach to missile defense problems.”

Who’s really getting government handouts?

“This isn’t about the role of government. … It’s an attack on people with deformed personal character.”

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