I do see your point, but to me, I'm just a mouse compared to the President of the United States.
Anybody can be going from being broke to being wealthy, as I did.
The problem with the economy isn't that people aren't paying their fair share of taxes.
Apparently, I said what a lot of people are thinking and a lot of people have thanked me.
You, the actor, must be aware of when you're being funny, but the character you're playing should always be oblivious to the fact.
I agreed with everything he was saying when he ran for president. I was listening to what he said. I go, this guy thinks like me and I agree with him. Now he's changing. All he keeps saying is millionaires and billionaires don't pay their fair share of taxes.
My dad would always say, 'What can you do to make the world a better place?' Well, I can make people laugh.
I didn't take anything from anyone - first of all. Second of all, I opened a comedy club with money that I saved over 25 years. I created jobs.
I would love to have a part opposite a great actor - like, say, Pacino or De Niro or Hoffman. And to work with a top director. That's my dream.
If I make a dollar and out of every dollar I'm taxed at 50, half, at 50 cents, I have to give, isn't that like enough?
Some people, they got housing loans, and I think they're responsible for taking a loan they didn't qualify for?
You want everyone to be great and funny. I'm not saying I'm great, but I'm funny.
First of all, this whole idea of this one percent versus the 99 percent, it's a false statistic. There's nobody that is wealthy saying, let's go get the people that aren't. First of all, there's no versus. He's creating a false class warfare in a country where there is no class structure.
I grew up very nice. But after college, my father said you're on you own. So I was dead broke for years. So I know what it's - I lived on 600 dollars a month for six years. I know what it's like to be dead broke. I feel bad for people who are struggling now.
I really didn't want to leave the show, but I got a chance to do a movie, which meant I would have had to miss two shows, and at the time Lorne had a policy where you can't miss shows, so I left.
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