CNN Business senior writer Chris Isidore argued that since gas prices have dropped from their record average highs, people should view it from the perspective that it’s an ‘unexpected form of economic stimulus” Next time you stop at a gas station, think of it as a $100-a-month tax cut,’ he told readers. Twitter users who lived with gas prices much lower before President Biden took office found this to be insulting propaganda. Rep. Kelly Armstrong, R-S. Dak., neutralized the spin in the simplest of terms, tweeting, ‘Gas was $2.39 a gallon when @POTUS took office. It is $3.92 now’ Rep. Mike Carey tweeted, ‘Americans are still paying far higher gas prices than they should’ . . .