Skip to comments.Greg Gutfeld: 'Go to hell Paul Krugman, you bitter bearded buffoon' (Video)
Posted on 09/12/2011 3:27:48 PM PDT by Rufus2007
New York Times columnist Paul Krugman upset a lot of people with his Sunday blog post in which he claimed the memory of 9/11 has been irrevocably poisoned by the likes of George W. Bush and Rudy Giuliani. Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld expressed his outrage by canceling his subscription to the publication.
The Five co-host and Red Eye host Greg Gutfeld condemned Krugmans article on Mondays broadcast of The Five.
So, on the 10th anniversary of 9/11, New York Times columnist Paul Krugman delivered the odious piece of drivel on the attack, Gutfeld said. The headline is Years of Shame. Its not directed at radical Islam. Instead he targets America and its quote, fake heroes. Krugman claims that the atrocity has been hijacked a sick word since he is not talking about the real hijackers that killed 3,000 Americans. Hes referring to George Bush and Rudy Giuliani who he thinks capitalized on the horrible crimes.
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Should Mr. Krugman ever have the profound misfortune of running into me my words will be the least of his worries.
I have harsher words too, but dont want to be banned for life from FR..so suffice it to say..KRUGMAN is a maroon..quoting bugs bunny, philosopher extraordinaire!!
Haven’t watched it yet, but my husband DVR’d it and maybe I’ll catch it later tonight...after ‘Hell’s Kitchen’ ;)
Me, too. But I do enjoy GG’s way with words...LOL! As Bill O’Really would say: “pithy.”
He’s a twisted little socksucker. With or without toes in them.
LOL...I’m sure Chef Ramsay has some choice words we could use!
Hey Paul, I think you’d be a lot happier over in Syria or Iran. Don’t let the door hit you in the ass on your way out!!!
There is no room in this great country for pukes like you. And take that maggot in the white hut with you. He’ll be a lot happier with his muzzie brothers.
Doesn’t he always? ‘Piss off!’ LOL (pardon my language)
I just want to see Elise get booted off. That girl has female dog written all over her. I haven’t seen last week’s episode since our power went out right before it came on last Monday, so I’ll catch two episodes tonight and hope she gets ‘fired.’
The left in this country are truly sick and demented.
Krugman is free to air his noxious opinion, but to do on the very day of 9/11 is simply beyond the pale
He should be horse whipped
I can only hope that mr. krugman will have a very long visit in Dante’s most inner circle.
No spoiler, but a quote from last week’s preview to this week: “You thought you knew Elise ... but baby you ain’t seen nothing yet.”
Heh, hate to be a wet blanket, but isn’t getting upset with Krugman like getting upset with your baby for pooping his diapers? Krugman is a lonely, aging, friendless homosexual who may have certain physical ailments that impede his ability to think clearly. (Advanced syphilis is one theory being discussed, but it could simply be early onset dementia.)
The guy needs serious medical help and it is downright cruel for the New York Times to continue to allow Krugman to embarrass himself the way he has during the past year or two. There must be somebody at that paper who will have the guts to stand up and try to help Krugman, even if they don’t like him personally.
Hello? Silence from the left. They agree with him.
Classic left wing tactic, throw in Kerik and equate him with Bush and Guiliani. Umm ...something about guilt by association.
Where did I hear that before?
McCarthy was right.
The constitution guarantees Mr Krugman freedom of speech. Just because he is ignorant of the responsibility he carries, does not diminish his rights in any way. We all must never forget this.
I say we turn him over to the Taliban
Strong message to follow.
I like where your head is at...
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