Now, I’ll tell you why that question frustrated me. For how many years have we had a war on poverty in this country? At least 50. And what are the results of the war on poverty in this country? We haven’t wiped it out. The percentage of people in poverty today, expressed as a percentage of our population, is pretty much the same as it was when the war on poverty began. And who’s run the war on poverty? Who created the whole program? LBJ, liberal Democrats. It was their entitlement, and they’ve been adding and adding money to it each and every year. Now they advertise for food stamp recipients. Have we gotten rid of poverty? We have not. So these idiots in the audience stand up and say, ‘When are you going to do something about poverty?’ We have been trying, and we’ve been trying it the wrong way. The way for people out of poverty is economic growth. The way for people out of poverty is education. High expectations, inspiration and motivation, you’re never going to get people who are stuck in poverty — most people are not, by the way. People move in and out of various income quintiles. But the people who are stuck there are not going to get out of it sitting around waiting for government handouts. It just isn’t going to happen. People have to do this themselves. They have to be trained, educated, inspired, and motivated to do it. We’ll never be able to count on Democrats to do that because they don’t want those people out of poverty.