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Debunking Krugman’s European Austerity Narrative

IsaacClark Wrote: Apr 06, 2013 9:59 AM
Paul Krugman is a smart individual but he a staunch ideologue. Every Sunday morning talk show has him on as if there is never a competing economic viewpoint out there. I would love to see shifty eyes debate somebody like Thomas Sowell (but Krigman will probably resort to calling Dr. Sowell a racist despite Dr. Sowell's skin color). Krugman is never challenged by a competing economic theorists on these shows and it is probably done purposefully -- that is, he will probably refuse to go on these shows if there is an economist with a competing ideology that will challenge anything Krugman says. He is a moral coward like the rest of the Left.
everyonesfacts4usall Wrote: Apr 06, 2013 9:50 PM
You must have missed his tussle with Niall Ferguson.
Hate to tell you who won that one.

Statists are in a tough position. For years, they’ve been saying the United States should be more like Europe.

And, as shown in these very funny cartoons by Michael Ramirez and Bob Gorrell, President Obama is a cheerleader for that effort.

But now Europe’s welfare states are collapsing, so the left is scrambling to come up with some way of rationalizing their support for ever-growing levels of taxation and spending.

Paul Krugman’s been doing what he can to square this circle, complaining that Europe is in trouble because governments