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Fiscal Conservatism Is Actually Robbing the Poor to Shower the Rich With Cash

Paul Ryan pulls a quarter out from behind my earME: “Is that supposed to be a magic trick?”RYAN: “That’s the magic of your tax cut!”ME: “That’s fucking it?”RYAN: “Now, watch me make Medicaid disappear!” — Sam Grittner (@SamGrittner) February 3, 2018 Amazing: It was another crazy news week, so it’s understandable if you missed a […]
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