Well, he kind of
says that, in defense of tax cuts for the richest Americans. In fact, the libertarian U.S. politician said:
"There are no rich, there are (sic) no middle class, there are no poor, we are all interconnected in the economy. . . we all work for rich people, or we sell stuff to rich people . . . "
Here is Steven Colbert, framing the issue, with questions such as this one:
"If a poor family falls on hard times in the woods, and nobody is there to care - then did it really happen?"
And don't forget to watch the little notes on the right hand side, as he speaks. (Some people have said they can't access the video; this link