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Alphabetical Listing of Quoted Individuals: V.



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Jessica Valenti

Blogger and writer.
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"We need to move beyond the stigma of 'that time of the month' -- women's feminine hygiene products should be free for all, all the time."

Written in her column in the London Guardian.
Source: "Feminist Demands Free Tampons for All," on the WND website.
Posted here: August 25, 2014.


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Comment: My, what an inspired idea. But her thinking is obviously too constrained. Why not free beer for all? Free 60-inch flat-screen TVs for all? Free food for all? Free housing for all? Free everything for all? Ms. Valenti seems to have no grasp whatsoever of economics, and certainly no grasp of common sense.




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Chris Van Hollen

Democratic member of the U.S. House of Representatives, who took office in 2003. In 2006, he became chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, reaching the fifth-ranking position among House Democrats.
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"I, uh, eh, uh, oh, boy! I, I, I, I, I, around here, I, I cannot guarantee that. What I can say is that most of these provisions have been very publicly [long pause] vetted. But, y-y-y-you know, I, I, I, I, I'd be hard-pressed to say that there's nothing in here that would be a surprise."

A giggling reply on Fox News, when asked if the $789 billion American Recovery and Reinvestment Act had any hidden provisions.
Source: "The Porkulus," The Limbaugh Letter, March 2009, page 13.
Posted here: May 18, 2009.


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Comment: You've got to give Representative Van Hollen credit. Most Democrats would answer the question with a comment like, "No, absolutely not."




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Christine Varney

Lawyer lobbyist, internet policy expert, and personnel counsel for the Obama-Biden Transition Project. She serves in the Obama administration as Assistant Attorney General for Antitrust at the Department of Justice.
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"The recent developments in the marketplace should make clear that we can no longer rely upon the marketplace alone to ensure that competition and consumers will be protected."

As stated in a Department of Justice press release.
Source: The American Sentinel, August 2009, page 5.
Posted here: August 31, 2009.


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Comment: So, if we do as Ms. Varney suggests, and throw capitalism under the bus, what will be our system of economics? Well, it will be socialism, communism, or fascism. Or some combination thereof. (Ms. Varney apparently ignores the fact that these three economic systems have failed miserably everywhere they've been tried!)