Skip to comments.Rumsfeld Cancels New York Times subscription over 'repugnant' Krugman piece
Posted on 09/12/2011 7:55:13 AM PDT by KansasGirl
After reading Krugmans repugnant piece on 9/11, I cancelled my subscription to the New York Times this AM.--Donald Rumsfeld 52 minutes ago
Thanks. Now I guess I have to get ready for some mega-barf-reading.
Good for Rumsfeld! We canceled our Boston Globe subscription in 1/03. I’ve never regretted it in the least.
Several times yesterday. Do a search on "Paul Krugman".
Krugman is chicken crap.
We can’t read garbage like that paper puts out without having it subconsciously affect us. We can get accurate news off the web, at sites like FR.
>>Im not going to allow comments on this post, for obvious reasons.
Fraidy cat. He knows he’s wrong deep down and doesn’t want to be shown that he is.
I cancelled the “Globe-Democrat” (as talk host Michael
Graham calls it) many years ago and only visit their website to see if I can grab articles of interest (usually moonbat crap though). Proud Herald subscriber for many years.
He also is not going to donate to NPR or PBS this year?
If the NY Slimes had any decency, they would fire Krugman.
The 1st Amendment does not guarantee every fringe quack a forum to publish their extremist, ignorant ideological doctrines.
The Slimes should say “You know what Paul, your right to say something does NOT mean we have to publish your hyper bigoted, ignorant nonsense. Start you own paper if you want to publish such rubbish”
My liberal sister in law was horrified when she discovered that we had canceled. She started referring to my husband (her brother) as “Tony Soprano”. :)
My parents started subscribing years ago, and they haven’t been the same since...
Because conservative news is hard to come by, we need to have a newspaper thread with only conservative papers listed. I’ll have to bookmark the Herald. Thanks!
Krugman’s article reeked of desperation. It’s apparent his hero Obama looks to be going down next year and it’s even more apparent we can finally bury the fallacy of Keynesian economics. On a purely superficial basis, Paul Krugman..really, this is to be the messaging by the DemonCrat Intelligentsia, he reeks of rumpled, academic, communista out of touch, from the salt and pepper beard with yesterday’s lunch in it to his beady eyes. I think he needs a literary persona, like Spengler, because I am sure beyond Berkley, Manhattan and New Haven the face of Paul Krugman elicits the gag reflex. Kinda fits in Michael Savage’s ugly man theory on why sexual denied men grow up to be angry liberals, they become homosexuals or become Paul Krugman.
Since the POS Krugman didn’t aglow comments on this article, the correct answer is to express our disagreement with this piece on every other piece he writes.
In other words, whatever he writes from here on out, flood the comments section with responses to this piece. Let’s make it his “little Eichmann” moment.
But...but...but now he won’t have cutting-edge fashion advice or suggestions on how to plan his vacations. How ever will he get by?
Sorry, an ad of the degenerate’s: simply depressing. I was surprised there is a conservative in Boston.
“..Why did he even subscribe to that fishwrap?...”
Know your enemy as well as you know yourself...
His parakeet must have died so he no longer needs the bird cage liner.
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