Leftist scumbag fails to see the irony of his own pronouncement

Krugman, that jackass that was given a Nobel prize in Eonomics for being a good old fashioned Keynesian idiot and the politics that permeate the entire Nobel prize process, is out with another doozy. This time it isn’t some economic idiocy, but him saying that Fake heroes like Bernie Kerik, Rudy Giuliani, and, yes, George W. Bush raced to cash in on the horror.

I am not surprised Krugman feels this way. I recall some democrats, and it was more than one of them, feeling all down and miserable that 9-11 had not happened when Bill Clinton was president, because that would have let the man show how great of a “leader” – yes, that’s in quotations because this is coming from the idiot farm that thinks a slimy, smooth talking, used car salesman, conman, or an articulate minority community organizer equates to leadership – and now Bush was going to cash in on that.

Basically Krugman, like all these democrats are heartbroken this national tragedy didn’t happen when one of their own could take advantage of it are all thinking what Rham Emmanuel so aptly said in the below video, and projecting their own baser instincts and disgusting sense of morality on others.

Seriously, is there nothing these scumbags like Krugman and the other elitist academics that comprise the elite progressive ruling class hold sacred other than taking absolute and total control of every aspect and minutia of the lives of all of us serfs? For our own good of course. And yet, for some unexplainable reason, there are so many drones out there that actually believe these people mean well. Yeah, they mean as well as Mengele did. Of course having a complicit media sure helps.

Anyway, thanks for validating my opion of you Paul, and making me think I should have actually consider you to be an even bigger scumbag than I already do. The left prjecting what they really believe and do on others is a godsent.

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  1. Section8

    Yeah, I can’t believe he would choose this day to politicize this by accusing people of politicizing this. He offered nothing new but the long standing view of the “neocons”, and that’s fine, but couldn’t he have just shot his mouth off on a different day? He’s the only one I see saying look at me today, so look and I see an asshole. Fuck you Krugman. What’s funny is he won’t allow comments on this, which I find interesting since he was talking about how 9/11 should have been a unifying event. I’m guessing he knows his comments aren’t so unifying.

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  2. CM

    Wow, what a punk-ass move by Krugman. Any critique over US policy or those who delivered it should be reserved for another day.

    My thoughts have been with you guys (and all Americans) over the last 24 hours or so. A hugely emotional time for everyone. Kia kaha (Maori for ‘stay strong’).

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  3. CM

    Given that he was talking about reliance on foreign oil, how does that quote of Emmanuel’s infer a projection of his “own baser instincts and disgusting sense of morality on others”?
    Taking the chance to enact policy to try and deal with that reliance is the result of a disgusting sense of morality?
    Or are you just deliberately quote-mining and trying to suggest that he meant 9/11 (or could mean it, even though he explicitly stated after the Giffords shooting that the comment was never intended to be about an incident like that)?

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  4. CM

    Krugman’s prize was for for his work associated with New Trade Theory and the New Economic Geography. In the words of the prize committee, “By having integrated economies of scale into explicit general equilibrium models, Paul Krugman has deepened our understanding of the determinants of trade and the location of economic activity.”

    Here is the 24- page paper outlining the scientific background on his specific prize.

    Given that, could also elaborate on this for me Alex?

    Krugman, that jackass that was given a Nobel prize in Eonomics for being a good old fashioned Keynesian idiot and the politics that permeate the entire Nobel prize process

    Where is the Keynesian aspect to this specific area, and specifically how did politics play a role in his selection? Was there clearly a better candidate for the prize that year?

    He also holds the John Bates Clark medal in economics, which is apparently slightly harder to get than a Nobel prize.

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