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That doesn't even mean anything. It's just an empty slogan. Responsibility does have anything to do with it. Our economic success as a country- all of ours- depends on getting as many people out of poverty as possible. The median American generates $3 million of GDP in their lifetime. If we can get a person out of poverty for anything less than $3 million, that's a net gain for the country. That means more employees, more customers, more inventions, more new companies being started... The US leaves huge amounts of money on the table for no reason by underfunding poverty amelioration. There are tons and tons of opportunities to increase our GDP by millions just by spending thousands and we don't take them because the slogans of the right prevent them from seeing it.