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One of the Most Evil Things I’ve Ever Heard

satanMatthew “Yglesias” says that parents who send their children to private schools should be taxed and charged even more, to penalize them for harming public schools by withdrawing their “resources and social capital out of the public school system and contributing to its neglect.”

So not only should they pay public school taxes. Plus private school tuition. But they should be taxed even more by the state for not participating in the state’s propaganda farms. For not harming their kids by subjecting them to indoctrination, danger, and inferior education. I am not kidding. This is sickeningly evil. And look at his cackling fiendish friends, saying “Countdown to tiresome idiot smarmily suggesting Matt’s a hypocrite for having this opinion…3…2…” and “Matt’s a hypocrite! Just kidding.”

This is the most evil proposition I’ve heard in some time. A person like this would not last long in a free society. What scum.

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  • John Markley August 30, 2009, 11:42 pm

    From almost the first time I read him years ago, Yglesias has turned my stomach like no one else. Most liberals strike me as people who would recoil if they fully grasped the consequences and implications of their own ideology, whereas Yglesias has the malevolent self-awareness of an Ayn Rand villain.

  • Zach Bibeault August 31, 2009, 12:31 am

    This is unbelievable. If I recall correctly, this guy is the jabroni who critiqued Tom Woods erroneously and stated that the Austrian Theory of the Business Cycle is “a fringe economic doctrine that tells the right what it wants to hear”.

    So he begins by committing an ad populum fallacy, then laughably claims it’s something that the Republicans want to hear. Republicans want to end the Fed? Hah!

  • Steve November 28, 2009, 4:00 am

    Ayn Rand is for people with the intellect of a garden vegetable.

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