Class Warfare Quotes by David Limbaugh, Elizabeth Warren, Cory Booker, William J. H. Boetcker, Frederick Douglass, Mark Levin and many others.
Obama is ratcheting up his class warfare to levels that would make Marxists blush.
There is nobody in this country who got rich on his own.
Our platform calls for a balanced deficit reduction plan where the wealthy pay their fair share. And when your country is in a costly war, with our soldiers sacrificing abroad and our nation facing a debt crisis at home, being asked to pay your fair share isn’t class warfare – it’s patriotism.
I hear all this, you know, ‘Well, this is class warfare, this is whatever.’ No. There is nobody in this country who got rich on his own – nobody.
You cannot strengthen the weak by weakening the strong.
Where justice is denied, where poverty is enforced, where ignorance prevails, and where any one class is made to feel that society is an organized conspiracy to oppress, rob and degrade them, neither persons nor property will be safe.
Class warfare or soaking the so-called rich may make for good populist demagoguery and serve the political ends of the governing masterminds, but it does nothing to solve the grave realities of the federal government’s insatiable appetite for spending and its inability to reform itself.
The war is underway. It’s class warfare. It’s Off With Their Heads 2.0. It’s going to be a battle between the haves and the have-nots. Only a very few have everything, and way too many have much too little.
The Democratic Party opposes tax cuts but it cannot say so publicly. Thus, it is forced to support the idea of lowering the tax burden but using class warfare rhetoric to dispute the allocation of the relief.
Democrats single out glaring examples of tax preferences or spending priorities that favor the wealthy and Republicans cry ‘class warfare!’
We have to get away from the class warfare and recognize that we are growing jobs by helping small business.
The problem: Democrats have to drop their stupid class-warfare rhetoric. With 74 million Americans owning stock in one form or another, anything which helps them can’t be derided as a sop to the rich.
More important than anything else is for Americans to wise up to class warfare demagoguery and reject the politics of envy.
Communism teaches and seeks two objectives: unrelenting class warfare and the complete eradication of private ownership.
Without the presence of class warfare, trade unions would be hard put to justfy their existence.
The way to connect with voters on the plan is to simply give the facts. Fifty per cent of taxpayers pay 97 per cent of the taxes. By most people’s standards, that’s already fair. The President is playing the class warfare card because he knows that a lot of people may never hear that particular fact. But it’s a fact.
You cannot help the poor by destroying the rich. You cannot lift the wage earner by pulling down the wage payer.
My deal is have a flat, simple tax. And – Americans want – Americans I hope – aspire to be – be wealthy. I hope they aspire to have a better quality of life. And we have this class warfare that’s going on now. And I don’t agree with that. I’m interested in people getting to work.
Unless the digital divide is narrowed soon, the United States may be headed to the class warfare of a century ago, the last time the economy changed so fundamentally. It won’t be pleasant.
[The word class has] been excised from the acceptable political vocabulary, except in the limited usage of right-wingers when they accuse liberals of inciting ‘class warfare’ – a charge that means it’s okay for rich people to vote their economic interests but it’s not all right to encourage poor people to do so.
You cannot further the Brotherhood of Man by encouraging class hatred.
Are we interested in treating the symptoms of poverty and economic stagnation through income redistribution and class warfare, or do we want to go at the root causes of poverty and economic stagnation by promoting pro-growth policies that promote prosperity?
I don’t hold anything against Barack Obama. I just think the system is so corrupt, it doesn’t matter how well-intentioned someone is, as I believe he was and is. At the end of the day, I think it just comes down to money. This is all about class warfare. All of our political problems.
Go back to – my first campaign for the United States Senate. I got a bunch of people now talking about inequality. But back then they sure weren’t. Back then, folks were saying I was preaching class warfare. Now it’s suddenly their campaign platform.
Sexism, like racism, goes with us into the next century. I see class warfare as overshadowing both.
The interesting thing about class warfare is that it’s only class warfare if it’s up, not down. If you talk about welfare cheats or something, that’s not class warfare because it’s down; you have to talk about rich people before it’s class warfare.
Where justice is denied, where poverty is enforced, . . . neither persons nor property will be safe.
If we’re not going to tax the rich anymore, we’re going to create class warfare.
In the Conservative Party we have no truck with outmoded Marxist doctrine about class warfare. For us it is not who you are, who your family is or where you come from that matters, but what you are and what you can do for your country that counts.
This is not class warfare. ItвЂ™s math.
Don’t liberal Democrats ever learn economic principles, or does their class warfare trump all else?
In Stalin’s Russia racial persecution was often disguised as class warfare. More than 1.5 million members of ethnic minorities died as a result of forced resettlement.
Every time a congressman or pundit says its ‘class warfare’ to increase taxes on the wealthy, it’s a massive lie.
I think the identity politics that have been played, particularly the class-warfare version of identity politics that has been played, has put America into a class-based society – more so than at any point in my lifetime.
This is not class warfare, this is generational warfare. This administration and old wealthy people have declared war on young people. That is the real war that is going on here. And that is the war we’ve got to talk about.
It’s class warfare, my class is winning, but they shouldn’t be.