METZ: You know, one of the great advantages of being rich is you can be generous. And you can be compassionate. And this country has such an enormous amount of money and an enormous amount of wealth. Why can’t we subsidize the tens of millions of householders who make $20,000 dollar a year? We can afford it.
KUDLOW: Don’t we already subsidize them?
METZ: No we don’t, only very, very slightly. They still live very, very poorly.
LUSKIN: Excuse me. Excuse me. Wait, I have to jump in. Words like generosity, words like compassion’”that does not have to do with a law that forces you to give your family’s money to the government to let bureaucrats spend. Generosity and compassion can only come from volunteerism. So let’s not use words like that to talk about confiscation of wealth and spending on earmarks’