Did you miss this piping-hot take from Pete Buttigieg at last night’s Democratic debate?
— Pete Buttigieg (@PeteButtigieg) September 13, 2019
Imagine thinking that’s a solid argument.
Holy guacamole that’s dumb
— Ingenuous Firebrand (@INGFirebrand) September 13, 2019
This is ridiculous on so many levels.
— Rod Mourant (@RodMourant) September 13, 2019
It really is. There’s so much stupidity to unpack … we’re not sure where to start. So let’s just get right into it, shall we?
Why not pay soldiers like doctors then? https://t.co/8Pb20OsAdX
— Pradheep J. Shanker (@Neoavatara) September 13, 2019
No pay raise for soldiers, just respect? How do they live on that?
— Fat Ole (@mjolnir59) September 13, 2019
Not pay them like soldiers? https://t.co/rhhMAZGVRZ
— Orange Muppet Energy (Sunny) (@sunnyright) September 13, 2019
An admission that "pay teachers like soldiers" would in most cases be a pay cut. https://t.co/7wDDIoOREB
— Dan McLaughlin (@baseballcrank) September 13, 2019
Soldiers make less than teachers…..
— RiverPapa🐣🍆🥑🍷🐝🥭🌻🍌🍍 (@RiverPapa) September 13, 2019
And no offense to teachers, but they’re not soldiers. Or doctors.
Like Doctors, really?
— Music Mafia (@HartkopfScott) September 13, 2019
How does Pete Buttigieg propose to do this, anyway?
Pandering You: we need to pay teachers more.
People: YES! YES! YES!
Actual You: pay city and town employees more by increasing property taxes on homeowners and local businesses – potentially driving away future homeowners and businesses.
People: wait. What?
— dubs (@mrbigdubya) September 13, 2019
"We"? Who is "we"? Federal gov't "we"? Because the Constitution only addresses the 'soldiers' part of this. https://t.co/DHSBTYPriK
— Jeryl Bier (@JerylBier) September 13, 2019
It's not the federal government's job to determine how much teachers or anyone should be paid…
— TFC3Tweets (@TFC3Tweets) September 13, 2019
How is Pete Buttigieg demonstrating “respect” for teachers? By shamelessly pandering to them. Wow. Much respectful.
We’re getting pretty sick of Mayor Pete.