I scored 60% just because I recalled some of the phrases from the Daily Newt articles. Otherwise trying to separate the "inane" sayings of a sitcom character from the "reasonable" ones from the "serious and smart politician" are almost as difficult as finding a Ron Paul fan with some sense!
I don't know what Brinker's personal financial picture is so I won't comment on her specifically. However, our culture has created this illusion that wealth is equivalent to acquisition. Ask a chemo patient what wealth is. Their answer will not be a plastic surgery, Jimmy Choos, or anything found in a Nieman Marcus catalog. Brinker and her ilk could never imagine living in a middle class house, wearing middle class clothing, and allowing all of that excess money to help others. They look at Warren Buffett like he is nuts when, in fact, he is the only sane one. For the record: wealth is good health, peace of mind, happiness and love. Everything else is just a substitute.
Three women in my life have been diagnosed with breast cancer and the subject is near and dear to me. Suffice it to say I won't be doing any more pink ribbon races. Planned Parenthood gets that support from here on out.
I worked for B, A, & H in the 80s, when the Air Force first wanted to replace the A-10s with something sexier. We did a vulnerability analysis that showed the A-10 was many, many times better than any option. Just delayed the drive for something more expensive, I guess.