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  • BTW - They couldn't have picked a better "trustifarian" out of the crowd.

    brooklynvegan

  • “Marx was the original trustifarian — his uncle was the founder of Phillips — ”

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Anti-Mankiw!

  • Marx was the original trustifarian — his uncle was the founder of Phillips — so it may be “socially offensive” but it should not be surprising.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Anti-Mankiw!

  • Marx was the original trustifarian — his uncle was the founder of Phillips — so it may be “socially offensive” but it should not be surprising

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Anti-Mankiw!

  • “Marx was the original trustifarian — his uncle was the founder of Phillips—”

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Anti-Mankiw!

  • Exactly, let Begala, Lanny Davis, Ed Schultz, etc., etc., talk about Palin's associations and McCain the trustifarian nitwit.

    Palin Attacks Obama Over Wright -- Even Though McCain Said Wright Was Off Limits

  • The stupidest trustifarian tight-jeaned wearing colorwayed-riding hipster fixter is still about 20 times smarter than the team of Mavic "engineers" and their brilliant analysis of the wreck.

    A Shot in the Dark: The Art of Appropriating Blame

  • Though the president's rhetoric focuses on "millionaires and billionaires," his proposals do less harm to the ultrarich and their trustifarian offspring than to the large professional and entrepreneurial classes, whose members are earning more than $200,000 a year.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Husing describes San Francisco as "a bastion of elitist thinking" due to a large "trustifarian" class who have turned the city into favorite spot for green and fashionably "progressive" think tanks.

    Forbes.com: News

  • But those of us who are happy to throw bricks at the idle trustifarian rich who lost the will to work centuries ago - or at incompetent investment bankers who are primarily to blame for the current mess - sometimes find it difficult to accept that there are deserving and undeserving poor too.

    The Guardian World News

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