Skip to comments.PAUL KRUGMAN: The Years of Shame
Posted on 09/11/2011 8:30:49 AM PDT by SomeCallMeTim
September 11, 2011, 8:41 am The Years of Shame ... The memory of 9/11 has been irrevocably poisoned; it has become an occasion for shame. And in its heart, the nation knows it. Im not going to allow comments on this post, for obvious reasons.
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Shame yes... on him.
Sorry.... trying to play “beat the posters” after just getting home from church..
Should say, “Can’t he spare ONE day to be an American, and NOT just a liberal.
Krugman is a shameful piece of garbage deserving of the worst in life.
I hear the growls of Satan
in the pen of Paul Krugman
My heart informs me that our leaders are now little more than decrepit marmosets. Our institutions now lack that pine scent that gave them purity and purpose, and our politics has devolved into a quandary of endless mismatched, hateful metaphors blah blah blah....
Nor does he have courage enough to accept comments. Typical cowardly DemonRat puke.
You couldn't have waited five more minutes to show solidarity with the evil-doers?
He’s not wearing his panties, either.
Krugman, Obama, Obama, Krugman, what’s the difference??? Both avid and dumb America haters!!! Americans, wake-up and flush these morons down the toilet into the forever cesspool they both belong!!!!
No worries, Paul. We'll comment on your post right here on FR, you gutless coward.
Either that or he ate too much cabbage for lunch.
As stupid as he is despicable. Living proof that you don’t have to be a genius to win a Nobel (of course, Obama and Gore also provide this living proof).
and yet, he is constantly rewarded, like
william ayers, the clintons, rahm emmanuel,
george soros, etc.
I give NO credence or validity to anything this Keynesian Nobel-Idiot has to say, whether in print or via television. =.=
hw ouldn’t allow comments for “obvious reasons”. This guy is one big dirt bag!
Paul Krugman is working hard to become one of the most despicable people in the Mainstream Media — and he is succeeding. He’s right up there with Olbermann, Schultz, and Matthews. I shan’t use the words worthy of describing this pitiful piece of protoplasm.
In a 2003 article, The Economist noted that Krugman’s critics argue that “his relentless partisanship is getting in the way of his argument”. The Economist also wrote that the vast majority of Krugman’s columns feature attacks on Republicans and almost none criticize Democrats, making him “a sort of ivory-tower folk-hero of the American lefta thinking person’s Michael Moore” On Krugman’s “prophecy of doom” following the 2010 election, Will Wilkinson, in The Economist’s “Democracy in America” blog, called it a “baseless partisan freakout”.
Libertarian conservative and federal appeals court judge Richard Posner called Krugman “an unabashed Democratic partisan who often goes overboard in his hatred of the Republians [sic].” He also notes that Lyinginponds.com, which tracks partisanship among public intellectuals, has in most years from 20022008, ranked Krugman number 1 or number 2 among Democratic columnists for partisanship.
Liberal journalist and author Michael Tomasky in The New York Review of Books stated “Many liberals would name Paul Krugman of The New York Times as perhaps the most consistent and courageousand unapologeticliberal partisan in American journalism.” New York Magazine called Krugman “the leading exponent of a kind of liberal purism”, while liberal historian Michael Kazin has opined that Krugmans account of the right succumbed to the Marxist flaw of false consciousness.
Krugman won`t allow comments? Well, he doesn`t get a vote on FR. My comment is this:
Paul Krugman, you`re truly unable to put your vitriol aside for even this day? To call you an “American” degrades the title.