This month we’ve already had a news story about a man who was stabbed to death over a Popeye’s chicken sandwich, and now Lone Conservative founder Kassy Dillion is finding there’s a four-sandwich limit per customer.
— Kassy Dillon (@KassyDillon) November 30, 2019
The Socialist Party must have been searching Twitter for “communists,” because somehow they picked up on the tweet and blamed capitalism for the four-sandwich limit.
Capitalism = shortages.
— The Socialist Party (@OfficialSPGB) November 30, 2019
A shortage of what
— Lilah Thomas (@Thomas93Lilah) November 30, 2019
— Alex Dawson 🇺🇸 (@alexdawson9513) November 30, 2019
Have you seen an grocery store in America? A shopping mall? Just curious.
— Todd S (@toddage_cheese) November 30, 2019
When was the last time you saw a shortage of items in a local Wal-Mart or Target?
— Tyler, Knight Who Says “Ni!” (@ShrubberyofNi) November 30, 2019
— Jon Gifford (@jgifford71) November 30, 2019
Popeyes puts a 4 sandwich limit so a few people don’t buy them all. That’s what happens when a business’ product is popular.
This is an example of Capitalism working as everyone enjoys Popeyes’ product.
Capitalism = Shortages for Companies That Provide Value
— Door (@LockedDoorway) November 30, 2019
Capitalism = one restaurant can't get their act together with enough supply another will pop up to fill the void.
Capitalism can provide instant gratification and at the same time takes time for the talent and good to rise to the top.
— Tom Tucker (@MiddleTommy) November 30, 2019
Yeah, that's why we have such a shortage of electronics, food, gasoline and toys in America. That's why all our convenience stores and supermarkets have empty shelves and the government beats us for asking for more. Oh wait, that's not America, that's Venezuela. pic.twitter.com/U0oaWnRROc
— Henry Carmichael (@ACSPking94) November 30, 2019
So under socialism, Popeyes will have infinity chicken sandwiches? For FREE? Where do I sign up?
— Tsukkomi (@ljenkins314) November 30, 2019
— Sunset Heart Hands (@jon38218117) November 30, 2019
Socialism = permanently out of stock
— Scottergate the Big Ho Ho Ho 🎅🏻🎄 (@Scottergate) November 30, 2019
I've engaged with this account regarding the economic calculation problem several times. They have no credible response. It's embarrassing.
— Joe Rothbard (@iRothbard) November 30, 2019
Capitalism = Enough disposable income to buy 4 damn chicken sandwiches
— Lan B Jr. (@LB_GameOfLife) November 30, 2019
Under socialism, no limit on chicken sandwich. Everyone have as much as they want. As long as they want none.
— Scully 🇺🇸 (@dhighway61) November 30, 2019
In your socialist paradise of Venezuela, kids must sift through garbage to eat. But, sure, capitalism bad
(Also I predict you will use the No True Scotsman Fallacy to argue that "Venezuela isn't real socialism," despite Sanders calling it a model of democratic socialism in 2011) pic.twitter.com/tKVVw0ZCWz
— Destructive Chemistry (@DestructiveChem) November 30, 2019
Socialism = no innovation and these sandwiches wouldn’t even exist.
— Spider-Ken (@SpiderKenX) November 30, 2019
This has to be a satire page.
— I'm sorry…What? (@RwEvans1) November 30, 2019
Literally supply and demand, they didn’t expect the outcome so didn’t supply enough, nothing to do with capitalism just under estimated the sandwich
— YaBoi97 (@ItsyaBOI9797) November 30, 2019
Socialism = no Popeye's for anyone.
— Ian Scott (@Ian7800) November 30, 2019
Socialism is bad.
— Castle Rawk (@formedinwetsand) November 30, 2019
This is the mother of all troll posts right here.
— Mark Cancellieri (@MarkCancellieri) November 30, 2019
That’s the dumbest tweet of all time.
— Meredith Ellis (@mereellis) November 30, 2019
Hope Carol Roth got a receipt after OWNING The Socialist Party for tweet about abolishing capitalism and ‘its money’ https://t.co/zhAPq0Clm8
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) October 15, 2019