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“Most people didn't recognize the quote, but Simpson was probably attempting to channel H.L. Mencken's line about government itself, which Mencken called "a milch-cow with 125 million teats" (the population of the United States at the time).”
“None has held senior managerial positions in the world of free enterprise where they have had to take the sort of risk decisions which so build character and understanding of how the real world (as opposed to the milch-cow world of the public sector) works.”
“They should also acknowledge that the economic emergency requires a certain amount of public spending increases -- but which would be paid for by raising taxes at the top of the income bracket, as opposed to what Brown would do which is to leech once again onto the much abused milch-cow of the middle class.”
“But when power is all that is left, a system which forces women to cling to daddy, husband, or sugar-daddy for protection gives the patirach in question a trapped milch-cow for his self-esteem.”
“His interesting patient, Jos, was a regular milch-cow to the”
“We like to see every thing do its office after its kind, whether it be a milch-cow or a rattlesnake; and if fighting be the best mode of adjusting national differences, (as large majorities of men seem to agree,) certainly Bonaparte was right in making it thorough.”
“And how could he raise the wind now that his milch-cow had run so dry?”
“What necessity could there be for economy with such a milch-cow as that close to their elbows?”
“He had looked to find his tame milch-cow trembling in her accustomed stall, and he had found a resolute bull there in her place — a bull whom he could by no means take by the horns.”
“We'll just stay out of the milch-cow pastures," Lan promised.”
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Another of my Random Palavery lists, still an eclectic listing of terms that catch my eye and ear. It can't be helped. I am, (as a former partner phrased it) a word-bird.
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