Paul Krugman: Repugnant

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Paul Krugman penned a spectacularly awful article in the New York Times regarding 9-11.  He has outdone himself as a left-wing zealot whose hatred of America bleeds into his vitriolic episodes.

I myself do not like sloganism in regards to 9-11 or much else.  It violates a law of good writing:  avoid the cliche’.  But Krugman’s articles border on the insane to me.  His ideas on economics are ludicrous.  Interestingly, Krugman disabled all comments on the article.

Donald Rumsfeld tweeted that he was cancelling his subscription to the New York Times over Krugman’s article.  I encourage everyone else to do the same.

To those who died in the Towers, on Flight 93 and the Pentagon 10 years ago:  I salute, honor and remember you.  And to those who have and will die fighting the global insurgency called al-Qaeda, you could give no more.

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5 thoughts on “Paul Krugman: Repugnant

    Royce said:
    September 12, 2011 at 7:11 pm

    Krugman is crazy and left the land of the rational some time back. None of his writings have approached anything close to factual or obective and this most recent simply demonstrates his appalling lack of objectivity. More importantly, the NYT is allowing this nutcake to tarnish whatever is left of their once great reputation. On a side note, I appreciate your comments regarding the quality of writing. My writing skill does not equal yours but I do appreciate fine writing and Krugman falls short.

    John said:
    September 15, 2011 at 5:16 am

    The American government used the murder of 3,000 Americans to justify the murder of over 100,000 Iraqis. The real issue here is whether that is seen as honourable or disgusting.

    John said:
    September 15, 2011 at 8:11 pm

    Do you always ignore views different to your own?

    magus71 responded:
    September 15, 2011 at 8:22 pm

    John,

    Out of the 100,000 how many people did al-Qaeda in Iraq (AQI) kill in the war?

    “Do you always ignore views different to your own?”

    No, do you?

    Royce said:
    September 20, 2011 at 5:53 pm

    Off topic but interesting to me — I have very mixed feeling about the repeal of DADT. While I sympathize with the point as a former Officer I foresee many disciplinary problems ranging from violence against the declared gay to sexual harassment to sexual misconduct. I think while this may have been politically and maybe even morally correct it was a bad decision.

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