Words matter. These are the best Millionaires Quotes from famous people such as Katharine Elizabeth Fullerton Gerould, Anthony Weiner, John Dickerson, Sheldon Whitehouse, Barack Obama, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
No fashion has ever been created expressly for the lean purse or for the fat woman: the dressmaker’s ideal is the thin millionaires.
All those predictions about how much economic growth will be created by this, all of those new jobs, would be created by the things we wanted – the extension of unemployment insurance and middle class tax cuts. An estate tax for millionaires adds exactly zero jobs. A tax cut for billionaires – virtually none.
Mitt Romney won the GOP nomination on a platform of ‘self-deportation’ for illegal immigrants – and the Obama team never let Hispanics forget it. The Obama campaign also branded Republicans with Romney’s ill-chosen words about 47 percent of Americans as the party of uncaring millionaires.
At a time when the United States is handing out tax breaks to corporations that ship jobs overseas, corporate jet owners, and millionaires and billionaires, it is ludicrous that we would even be looking at Social Security and Medicare as a solution to our debt crisis.
If we choose to keep those tax breaks for millionaires and billionaires, if we choose to keep a tax break for corporate jet owners, if we choose to keep tax breaks for oil and gas companies that are making hundreds of billions of dollars, then that means we’ve got to cut some kids off from getting a college scholarship.
In other countries they have histories with revolutions and class movements. In America, people don’t like to think of themselves like being in a lower class. They all like to think of themselves as potential millionaires.
Affiliate marketing has made businesses millions and ordinary people millionaires.
FreedomWorks, which is funded primarily by very rich people, solicits donations from non-rich conservative people. More than 80,000 people donated money to FreedomWorks in 2012, and it seems likely that only a small minority of those people were hedge fund millionaires.
We have a presidential nominee in Hillary Clinton who knows that, in a time of stunningly wide disparities of wealth in our nation, America’s greatness must not be measured by how many millionaires and billionaires we have, but by how few people we have living in poverty.
Large majorities of voters support taxing millionaires and protecting social security.
Some of the best health care services are free or cost very little and are even available to millionaires but hardly anyone knows they exist.
Arnold Schwarzenegger cut teacher’s salaries and parks and libraries rather than raise taxes for the many California millionaires and billionaires.
I have spoken to a whole group of millionaires, head executives at Microsoft. Boy did I chew those guys out.
I watch a TV show called ‘Shark Tank.’ It’s one of my favorite TV shows. It’s basically self-made millionaires who have either come up with their own business or clothing… I came up with the idea of designing clothes.
New York and San Francisco are distinctly different. San Francisco is driving the American media, not New York. You have young, microwaved millionaires and billionaires reshaping the American media in a way that reflects San Francisco values.
My neighbors aren’t millionaires. They’re retirees who depend on Social Security and Medicare.
Nothing takes the sting out of these tough economic times like watching a bunch of millionaires giving golden statues to each other.
In California, we’ve had a series of millionaires and billionaires and CEOs and movie stars. We need to take a hard look at how we define legitimate and credible candidates.
If we could sell our experiences for what they cost us, we’d all be millionaires.
We have this kind of revolving door, we don’t have a permanent class of millionaires in America like a lot of other countries.
What troubles me is not that movie stars run for office, but that they find it easy to get elected. It should be difficult. It should be difficult for millionaires, too.
How many millionaires do you know who have become wealthy by investing in savings accounts? I rest my case.
The owners of the Premier League sides are like in the NBA, they’re not millionaires, they’re billionaires.
My generation grew up in the heyday of the ’90s, with the Internet boom and the birth of overnight millionaires. But our politicians seem to be pushing personal agendas over the idea of making the world a better place for their children.
Award shows in general are just lame excuses to stroke the egos of millionaires, but the ‘ESPY’s’ are an especially embarrassing example.
There are two Americas – separate, unequal, and no longer even acknowledging each other except on the barest cultural terms. In the one nation, new millionaires are minted every day. In the other, human beings no longer necessary to our economy, to our society, are being devalued and destroyed.
We all want prosperity, but not at the expense of liberty. Poverty is not as great a danger to liberty as is wealth, with its corrupting, demoralizing influences. Let us never have a Government at Washington owing its retention to the power of the millionaires rather than to the will of millions.
The millionaires and billionaires who chose to invest in Australia are actually those who most help the poor and our young. This secret needs to be spread widely.
We must reign in overspending by ridding government of outmoded programs, making Big Oil pay their fair share, repealing massive tax breaks for corporations that ship jobs overseas, and enacting a tax code that no longer favors millionaires and billionaires.
People think all wrestlers are millionaires. It’s really a blue-collar existence.
We have to stop letting people come in here and make millionaires and billionaires of themselves off of West Virginia while West Virginia remains poor.
I am upset and completely disappointed in the government, the millionaires and billionaires in the U.S. See what’s happening to the country? Look at all the health problems, the economy, the recession and crime.
I want millionaires and billionaires and Big Oil companies to pay their fair share.
If giving tax breaks to millionaires created jobs or grew our economy, I would be in favor of them, but they are the same failed policies of the past that just don’t work.
I don’t think we’ll ever be millionaires. I don’t really think about the future.
I used to play snooker in millionaires’ mansions with marble floors and eat at the best places, but that’s all over now.
People die millionaires. All your life, you’re gonna stress money?
On the NBA show we are dealing with millionaires. On the college level we are dealing with some teenagers.
I always like to say, Bill Clinton created more millionaires and billionaires than any president, but you know what, more people moved out of poverty. Middle-class income – all-time high.
Did we ever plan on being billionaires? No, but we wanted to be millionaires.
Top 1 Percent progressivism emphasizes the idea of fairness – but it’s nevertheless a politics of outrage, animated by at least a trace of envy. It’s as if ‘millionaires and billionaires’ were the principal problem facing America today.
The middle class should not continue to foot the bill for tax breaks for millionaires and billionaires.
When the price of oil goes up, the entire Texas economy takes a deep breath. Millionaires blossom like rain lilies. News races through the countryside that the money train is pulling into the station. Hop on board!
America doesn’t have poor people, they have temporarily embarrassed millionaires: meaning there are people who are poor for now but that’s all about to end when ‘blank’ happens, or when the number comes in, or when the invention takes off.