An opinion piece in the Washington Post is titled, “Tired of capitalism? There could be a better way.”
One particular line has been sending many heads falling to their respective desks:
— Mark Hemingway (@Heminator) October 1, 2015
The author of that article has also argued in favor of race-based wealth redistribution.
— Cameron Treadway (@pctreadway) October 1, 2015
Wait, wait, wait — freedom means you don't have to work, AND you can't be poor?
I'm starting to see the lure of liberalism.@Heminator
— Brad Slager (@MartiniShark) October 1, 2015
— Joel Engel (@joelengel) October 1, 2015
@Heminator Looks like the WaPo aims to revive "commie" as a fashionable word.
— jdmullane (@jdmullane) October 1, 2015
@Heminator a paper owned by an uber-capitalist!
— Hipster Doofus (@DaCount6) October 1, 2015
@Heminator Where does this person suppose all that "income" will come from? Money trees?
— Ellen McGarvie Frigo (@ellen_frigo) October 1, 2015
@Heminator I can hardly wait for the op-ed from Loki.
— Just Karl (@justkarl) October 1, 2015
@Heminator I wonder if he had a deadline on his piece. Or an editor who demanded changes. Or a min/max word limit. Or style guidance.
— Jeryl Bier (@JerylBier) October 1, 2015
The irony might be lost amid a sea of gumdrops and unicorns.