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Reclaiming Popular Culture

Henry VIII Wrote: Nov 21, 2012 4:20 PM
I told you, I am not a stick your condescension on John Kerry's should take your own advice. The only economists we've had around these parts for sometime have been Keynesian Paul Krugmans and Austin Goolebys....didn't work in 1933, ain't working here, and its the voice of doom for the Europeans.
AmericanLiberal Wrote: Nov 21, 2012 4:33 PM
I heard you the first time. Stamping your feet and holding your breath until you turn blue is not a substitute for knowledge. It is simply self-indulgent ignorance to pretend that the Keynesian macro is at the root of our economic failures over the past 10-15 years--much less 1933.

And btw, if you want an example of how an economy fares adhering to "sound money" disciplines, look at the Long Depression of the late 19th century. What loosened THAT logjam was discoveries of gold in Klondike and South Africa. Then, like now, idiots like you were strangling the economy, thinking that you were virtuous and disciplined.

Take a dump, chump.

Who said being a "community organizer" doesn't prepare you for anything? The governing part may be a little dicey, but you sure know how to campaign.  And now we all know now about the Obama organization.  Obviously, GOP needs one.  

But in the run-up to 2016, we also need to find a way to extend our reach in popular culture.  That's because -- as Mark Halperin has noted -- the left is going to try make every viable GOP contender unacceptable in the eyes of the public before the 2016 season even starts off.

Obviously, if the right...