At least in the World According to Matt Yglesias:
— Matthew Yglesias (@mattyglesias) November 3, 2015
Brilliant stuff as usual, Matt.
If anyone needs us, we’ll be slamming our heads against the wall. Because that’s still less painful than Matt’s stupidity.
BREAKING: People who pay a huge portion of the taxes save the most when taxes are cut! https://t.co/FDogGrHBNA
— Tim Carney (@TPCarney) November 3, 2015
20% more than Trump for top bracket. 99% more for bottom bracket. https://t.co/rq1Sw0ThEo
— Noah Rothman (@NoahCRothman) November 3, 2015
@mattyglesias Considering the top 50% pay 97% of the taxes, WTF do you think is going to happen whenever taxes are lowered?
— Ron B.*endorseSMOD16 (@WrongNowShutUp) November 3, 2015
Also, “giveaway”? Really?
.@mattyglesias "giveaway"? I'm not sure that means what you think it means.
— Joshua Grossman (@GrossmanJoshua) November 3, 2015
We’re positive he doesn’t know what it means.
@mattyglesias Keeping your own $ is not a "giveaway" Logic 101
— mark walker (@jmarkwalk) November 3, 2015
@mattyglesias If I took $1,000 from you, and then gave you $50 back, would you call what I am doing a "giveaway"?
— Adam Frank (@adamrfrank) November 3, 2015
Introducing the Fall WFB Giveaway! Here's how it works: we take some of your money. You keep some. What a giveaway! https://t.co/3lxDXqNAm6
— Lachlan Markay (@lachlan) November 3, 2015
It’s not a giveaway if it’s their money to start with, dolt. https://t.co/UbvPX0F6Es
— Mike Beasley (@MikeBeas) November 3, 2015
@mattyglesias Please explain how keeping ones own money is a "giveaway".
— Kevin (@ml350kls) November 3, 2015
LOL! It's a giveaway to be able to keep your own money. https://t.co/N8dLflbx7z
— EEEe (@EEElverhoy) November 3, 2015
— Kyle Jacobson (@MisterLubbock) November 3, 2015
@mattyglesias Wow. Keeping more of your ***own*** money is now considered a "giveaway"?
— Mike Kilo (@michaelmkent) November 3, 2015
@mattyglesias Tax cuts aren't a giveaway, you dweeb
— HoboJerk (@HoboJerk) November 3, 2015
.@mattyglesias Government cannot "give away" anything to anyone that it does not first take from someone else.
— Michael Rye (@SilvrDrgn) November 3, 2015