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  1. Harry Truman had to buy a car and drive himself home from Washington at the end of his term. Having spent his life in the Army, Eisenhower didn’t have a house to go home to when he left office.

    You could not pay Robert Gibbs, Bleaga, Matlin or any of these other people enough money to do what a nurse’s aide does feeding and cleaning the mothers and grandmothers of these masters of the universe, and she does it for $24,000 a year.

    They don’t make all that money because they work hard (Lots of people work just as hard or harder). They don’t make all that money because what they do is so damned IMPORTANT. (Teaching little children to read and driving the trucks which bring the food to the great cities is important.)

    They make all that money because they have POWER and they are able to reach their hand in the till and take as much as they want and nobody will stop them. The only people with the power to stop them want to be able to reach in there and take as much as they want as well, so they just look the other way.

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