There’s been a lot of spin already put on the GOP tax bill just added this lottery angle:
— NYT Business (@nytimesbusiness) December 29, 2017
We’ve officially seen it all now!
"Tax winnings"? What part of the money I earned is supposed to belong to someone else? You're quite happy spending other people's money, aren't you?
— John Doiron (@jfd1965) December 29, 2017
Apparently somebody at the Times thinks you can “win” your own money thanks to government generosity.
"Tax winnings"?!?!?! pic.twitter.com/MELGJw5dwe
— stlgirlindal….not a lib or con (@stlgirlinlex) December 29, 2017
It isn't winnings. It was already my personal property. They're just confiscating less of it.
— Robert G. Silverman (@RobertGSilvermn) December 29, 2017
I love how they call keeping more of money you made "tax winnings," like you just won the lottery. https://t.co/OXKAJUKrOC
— Carl Gustav (@CaptYonah) December 29, 2017
— Lrry Keho (@lrrykeho) December 29, 2017
Tax winnings. ?What media headline bias? https://t.co/0MilVCjg3K
— Jo (@JDtheBard) December 29, 2017
— Kalsarikannit (@trogdor8768) December 29, 2017
P.S. It's not "tax winnings." It's "your money" https://t.co/kWxyhxG59f
— Heimish Conservative (@HeimishCon) December 29, 2017
"Winnings"? It's a tax cut, not the lottery, dummies. It was MY money to start with. https://t.co/1H7nrhmRhE
— tf rollback /recursive Coder (@CoderInCrisis) December 29, 2017
Someone doesn’t understand how taxation works. The money taxed was MINE to begin with. ??
— Jean Pennie (@jeanpennie) December 29, 2017
And this is from the "Business" section of the NYT.
Keeping more of the money YOU EARN is not a "tax winning." https://t.co/QftzqpxbV9
— RBe (@RBPundit) December 29, 2017
But isn’t it nice of them to tell everybody what they could to with their own money?
I think most individuals know best how to deploy their cash without sanctimonious advice from the Times. https://t.co/LhEdN1al9X
— Phineas Fahrquar (@irishspy) December 29, 2017
Keeping more of your own money is apparently “tax winnings” according to the brilliant minds over that The NY Times. Utterly incredible.
Bonus points for the NYT Times unironically going full republican and advocating private charity in lieu of government charity. https://t.co/jXCUdKTLj3
— Lord Single Malt (@Singlemaltfiend) December 29, 2017