No, but I suppose at least some of the confusion is understandable
Ah, good times…
As with everything else, it’s complicated
“we’re going to have to augment the hypercapitalism which will provide the growth of the hypersocialism”
Modernize or move along
“There’s a gift shop that sells standard museum trinkets…”
He works hard for the money…
Grab that paper while you may, brother
Keep the stores empty to prevent “gentrification”
This was always the debate, but Democrats didn’t want to have it openly back in 2009.
America first, even if they come kicking and screaming
Fighting a capitalist battle against socialists is a challenge
Ho ho horrible
Careful with that flag, Eugene
Education is needed to knock that down further.
From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs
It’s the destination, not the journey
“The wisdom of experience.”
Let’s look into it.
Take the money and run
Feel the Bern.
You’ve got to be kidding!
Capitalism in action
Death and taxes
Look at that pile of money!
“Are we about to get up in there and ruin that place?”
How immoral of them to make money
“This is our house!”
Laughing all the way to the Export-Import Bank.
After the Financial Times released the findings of its investigation into “Capital in the Twenty-First Century” author Thomas Piketty’s number-crunching …
“Why do you get to decide what’s lousy?”
A potty primer on the ownership society.
“I passed along a comment that was over the top, and it was silly for me to do so.”
Working for the enemy
“you didn’t build that”
“We’ve seen our discourse degraded by casual cruelty.”
US to North Korea: We’re imagining it.
“This is negligent hypocrisy.”