Friday, November 30, 2012

We're Not All In This Together

Paul Krugman talks about the efforts of the super rich to sneakily get the changes they want even though their boy Mitt lost the election.
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/11/30/opinion/krugman-class-wars-of-2012.html?hp

5 comments:

free0352 said...

Yeah, maybe we should listen to Krugman and double the deficit, triple the debt and have another bubble economy. Stop listening to this former Enron adviser, he's not just wrong about everything he's insane.

jim marquis said...

Insane enough to win the Nobel Prize?

Steve said...

He won a Nobel Prize for Economics. Considering that, all throughout history, the same economic policies that Paul Krugman espouses have NEVER worked- no matter how many times they've been initiated- should tell you more about the value of the the Nobel Prize (and the group that votes on it) than anything else.

-- S.

free0352 said...

Terrorist leader yassar arafat also one that prize. Nuff said

free0352 said...

Oh, and F.A. Hayek also won. Now considering every time Krugman's hairbrained ideas are tried they lead to failure and Hayek's there is wild success I think any half way intelligent person. Should be able to make a judgement call... But alas