Oh, How original be he......
On Friday’s basement dwelling MSNBC's Martin Bashir show, New York Times economic columnist Paul Krugman added new dimensions to the art of hyperbolic overstatement when he wondered aloud whether the GOP in Congress wholly consisted of moles attempting to “bring down America” from within. When asked by Bashir if House Majority Leader Rep. John Boehner was working to “further undermine America’s standing” in his efforts to insist that the debt ceiling not be raised again without accompanying spending cuts, Krugman agreed and said “Sometimes you do wonder if these guys are moles –Manchurian Candidates – for I don’t know who.”
Krugman stated that President Barack Obama had correctly embraced the counterintuitive notion that the way to avoid succumbing to the fate of debt-laden Greece is to "run an unsustainable high national debt." In Mr. Krugman's world there is never enough taxation and government spending despite the common knowledge Keynesian economics is proven a failure.
No Mr. Krugman, I suggest you stick your head out of that Ivory Tower and really look at what your chosen savior has done to this country.
It has been said repeatedly, but only because it so often bears repeating, that it was Krugman who took to his blog in the New York Times hours after Rep. Gabrielle Giffords was shot through the head by an extremist, to blame the episode on Republicans. And for his 9/11 Anniversary column was awarded the prestigious Diogenes' 2011 AssHat of the Year Award by unanimous vote.
Once again Mr. Krugman, My Middle Finger Salutes You!