Monday at the Emily’s List 30th Anniversary Conference, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton got partisan mocking Republicans for singing from the same income inequality “hymn book,” while discussing helping the middle class.
Clinton said, “Now recently we have heard Republicans trying to sing out of the same hymn book. Talking about income inequality. It’s like watching the last scene of Casablanca, ‘Oh my goodness! Oh my goodness! People are talking about it. Round up the usual suspects.’ Well in fact, we do not want to discourage their new found interest, but we are not buying that old trickle down economics that didn’t work before, because it defies arithmetic and reality. So we welcome them to come with their ideas and we will match them and that’s what elections should be about. Elections should be contests of ideas.”
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