Elizabeth Warren on paying for expensive program: ‘C’mon, there’s always money…’

American Thinker: Elizabeth Warren has forgotten, if she ever knew, Margaret Thatcher’s immortal dictum: “The problem with socialism is that sooner or later, you run out of other people’s money.”  In what ought to be a career-ending slip, facing a friendly questioner, Lily Eskelsen García, president of the National Education Association, her belief in a fantasy world where money can be endlessly spent came out.  Watch her brush off concern over funding an expensive education program with the words, “The way I see it, there’s always, c’mon, there’s always money.  It’s there.”

Juan and Evita Perón thought the same thing, and they ruined the economy of Argentina, a country that had enjoyed a standard of living comparable to that of the United States at the turn of the twentieth century, only to fall into a long-term decline that currently has it at roughly 20% of the U.S.’s per capita GDP.
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12 Comments on Elizabeth Warren on paying for expensive program: ‘C’mon, there’s always money…’

  1. Somebody quoted AOC facetiously as saying:

    Of course money grows on trees.
    What else would banks have branches?

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  2. And, uhhh, if if if if if if at some point there’s not enough money, there’s, uhh, a magic wand, apparently.

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  3. “There’s plenty of money.” –That’s what the Venezuelans said, and they are eating out of dumpsters and all the zoo animals.

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  4. When we do run out of other peoples money let’s hope that there are plenty of dumpsters and zoo animals!

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  5. “The way I see it, there’s always, c’mon, there’s always money. It’s there.”

    —exactly what you should expect a US Senator to say.

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  6. C’mon, we’re 20 trillion + in the hole; not only is that NOT more $$$$, the next 3 generations are going to be servicing the debt for all the $$$ you bastards pissed away.

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