Skip to comments.No Surrender ("Bush Did Not Win...")
Posted on 11/05/2004 6:17:28 AM PST by Tumbleweed_Connection
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Krugman got out of his cell again.
This is rich. Have we heard for Helen Thomas yet? That should be good.
this from the man who is reduced to being a "guest" on Air America... I go over to the NYTimes at least once a day to post to him and Dowd just for a BIG OLE LAUGH....if you saw him and OReilly on Russerts show that time, he was a wussy, scared, hate filled, shaking moron.... nothing else...
Krugman has it absolutely 180 degrees backwards. If he wins the argument within the Democratic party, look for more gains in 2006 and a veto-proof 60 seats in the Senate in 2008.
Keep talking Mr. Krugman. Please.
what a maroon!
go ahead and lead the democrats into irrelevancy.
Note to Paul: you've finally gone so far out in Left field you have become invisible. We can't hear you.
The funniest line in the whole piece.
Already posted http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1271244/posts
So....how would the math add up if the numbers aren't there? Is he saying an enormous bloc, the majority who love Democrats didn't vote? Again, I don't think the numbers tell that story. Sounds a lot like whining to me.
I have to agree!
Look at my tagline : )
Keep it going, Paul. You'll push yourself right off the left wing cliff. Buh-bye.
This is the same foul mouthed rhetoric the left spewed when Reagan was in office. They bad-mouthed Reagan about everything from his age to his jelly beans. Now he's one of the most revered Presidents we've had in the last 100 years (in my book ever). The point was Reagan did accomplish something and I think if we give it time, GWB will accomplish a lot too. Can't wait to see his results.
FDR was a socialist. Any "programs" he put in place SHOULD be scrutinized and over turned if they are more of a problem than a cure. Most notably, Socialist Insecurity. Shrillery's Euro style Medicare scam should go away as well. As for the scrubbing of all religion from public life, that must stop. Freedom OF religion is not Freedom FROM religion.
However, this is not a mandate for censorship and Mrs. Grundy-esque policy making either.
Dear Mr Okkrent
As public editor of the New York Times, I hope you are in a position to urge that Mr Krugman be kept on life support until a suitable brain donor can be found. You have no idea how many conservatives find Mr Krugman's writings to be invaluable to our cause.
He must be under contract to Fidel.
I can't wait until they start jumping off of tall buildings.
I thought so too.
That is the biggest bunch of BS I have read in some time. I hope that the Rats keep up with their far leftest crap and we see how far that gets them.
Hangman to Dimocrat Party on the scaffold ...
Do you want this hood?
Dimocrat Party ...
Hell no. You aren't hanging me!
U.S. Economy Adds 337,000 Jobs, Most Since March; Unemployment Rate Rises http://www.bloomberg.com/
Krugman should just stick to being wrong about the economics.
Wow, an economics text book from this guy, that'll be one bassackwards treatise on how the world works.
another thought, all those red counties are somehow a coalition of diverse interests? Yeah right, RIGHT, Right?
We need lib's, without them life would be so much duller.
May the dems forever chase where there are none to persue. May their heads be comfortably deposited where the sun don't shine and stay there. They need to go the way of the Dodo bird.Hope no one suggests that the EPA declare them an endangered specie...
here is the writers email address. Let him know what you think.
Having read the reactions of the LW MSM and the LW moonbats I am deeply concerned that the way democrats and liberals shall attack Bush over the next 4 years is by focusing on religion.
I sense their body language and the not no veiled hysteria over the religious right.
I am not a religious person but understand and respect those for whom religion is a vital part of their being and life. I understand the need for a separation between church and state. Personally I don't think Bush has gone over the line expressing his faith. He is comfortable with his faith, and the Bush haters are uncomfortable with their lack of faith or their own insecurities.
The left also mistakes the overwhelming rejection of gay marriage as something only white evangelicals support. But the left will mistakenly attack those same white evangelicals over the next 4 years with a ferocity that I fear will make the attacks on bush the last 4 years look tame.
An example of how the left wants to come together as a nation...
How about the annulment rate?
Yeah, right. The rubber room awaits...
Hey, that sounds like a winner:
KRUGMAN'S NEW DENIAL DIET -- LOSE THOSE UGLY BRAIN CELLS LIKE NEVER BEFORE.
(insert here apropriate before and after pictures)
This week is turning into a doom and gloom venting for the NY Times oped page.
See these for end of the liberal world proclamations from Tom Friedman and Maureen Dowd:
Here's a little violin,
For the state of mind you're in.
Play it when you're feeling blue,
Like the states that think like you.
(And if you'll notice, they are few).
So rant and rave to lift the gloom
In your mental rubber room.
And when you're done cheer up, and face
the truth; denial is such a lonely place.
The bashing of Christians drives on.
It would never have occurred to me in a million years that what America needs is an economics textbook written by hysterical socialist whack-job Paul Krugman.
Not in a million years!
It could be because MA's marriage rate (marriage per 1,000 people) is quite low in the first place, so it will give us lower divorce rates. Same applies to out-of-wedlock birth rates.
It worries me that there is not one conservative on the horizon that we can tap for our candidate in 2008. That is what we need to work on: making the Republican Party more conservative, not less
Taking this as true I suggest that the rural poor in their South are the reason, unlike the liberal blue states their first choice isn't an abortion.
That's cuz gays don't get married.
blue states, on average, have lower rates of out-of-wedlock births than red states.
Uh, want no part of those folks, they kill their babies.
Dear Mr. Krugman:
Thank you for giving me a good, hearty laugh with that vile, wretched, vomitous diatribe you call an editorial! You are a pathetic shred of human debris and I hope this crushing Republican victory didn't harm your ego too much! Keep the articles coming! They make excellent kindling.
Paul Krugman needs xanax.
Helen is still pissing and moaning about Iraq.
For your viewing pleasure, I present her latest diatribe of leftist blabbering:
All you had to do was put a *KRUGMAN ALERT* on it and I could have just skipped right (no pun intended) over it and not barfed my breakfast.
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