Or rather, to Republicans (six of one, a half dozen of the other).
Amazing how this genius keeps managing to hide his intelligence under a basket. In an attempt to placate the left, he claims that Republicans are "hostage-takers", which simply makes him look weak. Then he snarls at his base, some of whom are no doubt now thinking primary challenge.
But, in my view, the most interesting thing to come out of all this tax-bill sturm und drang is the undaunted class-warfare emoting issuing from that state of perpetual adolescence known as the American left. They really hate the productive classes, folks, and it's disturbing (yet useful, in a cautionary way) to see that we're still facing an ominous threat from this zombie ideology. Forewarned is forearmed, as they say, and, as any conservative worth his salt will tell you, the elections this year only represented the first small, tentative step in the direction of political sanity.
Update: Cave man.