Skip to comments.Paul Krugman, Sociopath
Posted on 09/11/2011 3:08:54 PM PDT by RatherBiased.com
On this solemn commemorative day, we at NewsBusters have made a point of holding our rhetorical fire against liberals as a gesture of respect to those who lost their lives that day and subsequently. There is much we could say and, starting tomorrow, will say.
An exception has to be made though for one Paul Krugman, who seems, earlier life, to have been a decent and civilized person. Since he began writing a column for the New York Times, however, Krugman has experienced a veritable descent into madness, principally due to Bush Derangement Syndrome. Today, Krugman decided to proudly parade his madness for all the world to see in an execrable rant on his Times blog. [snip]
Please note the timestamp on this posting: September 11, 2011, 8:41 AM.
That means Krugman woke up on the tenth anniversary of the largest attack on this nation's homeland and decided to make an attack on three men forever linked to that moment, simply because he doesn't like them. Imagine if a New York Times columnist had done that during World War II on Pearl Harbor Day. Absolutely sickening.
Of course, one ought not be surprised to see such contemptible rhetoric from Krugman given his history of making numerous preposterous and hateful statements
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Another liberal whiny boy who spent his child hood having his lunch money taken away and all the girls laughing at him.
“I think Krugmans condition may be the result of long-term untreated syphilis.”
Exactly what we were discussing here only moments ago.
Krugman is a total a-hole, worthess, piece of feces. Someone needs to knee cap this anti-American POS.
I hope he, and his family, die horrible deaths.
"ARE THEY COMING FOR ME?? OH NO!!!"
Welcome home, FRiend.
He might as well have worked directly for Dick Cheney .
I think neural syphilis is just as likely a cause of Krugman’s insanity as BDS, possibly even more likely.
I use to live in Cyprus N.W. Houston, engineer at Texas Instruments.
Loved Texas, hated Houston.
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