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Quote of the Day || June 15, 2015

“We need to take this country back from the wealthy, the privileged, those who earn millions without creating anything. We – hey, what are doing? Hey, get back. Back off everyone!”

– Hillary Clinton

A note from our attorneys: This is not a real quote.

6 thoughts on “Quote of the Day || June 15, 2015”

  1. It’s always been a mystery of how taking money from the “rich” will make anyone’s life easier.
    The middle class of Americans have always been impressed by those who become wealthy by means of innovations, inventions, and even entertainment. We might have envied them, but never considered taking their money from them for our own use – that sounded like robbery to us.
    And, robbery it is, no matter how flowery the words.

    1. I agree with your point of the wealthy. I grew up not being jealous. If they inherited it or if they worked hard for it so be it.
      That is why the free phone issue still upsets me.
      As that was happening, I kept thinking of all the trues stories my grandmother told me about what they did without during the depression. She did not complain about it, at the same time she told me priceless stories of what good did happen at that time. So again it is how you are raised. My grandfather as I have mentioned before put 6 kids through good schools. Asked the grandkids at every family function: What are your reading? He always told us to read. He thought that was more important than such things as an eight track. I used eight track, because they didn’t have cell phones back than.
      When I was 10, my best friend got a princess phone in her room. I knew her father made more money. I did not go home and whine and complain to my mom for a phone. So I certainly did not expect the govt. to give me one.
      She is wealthy so how can she(and others) stand there and hint, state anything negative about the wealthy?

  2. After watching most of her ‘hypocrisy on display’ speech, I wanted to throttle her (metaphorically speaking).
    Can’t understand why there aren’t real-life protesters with pitchforks in her front yard.
    She is nothing more than a Chicago transplant turned Arkansas swindler.

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