Friday, June 12, 2015

On Why I Heaved a Brick Through Paul Krugman's Window Tonight

Well, to stimulate the economy of course (actually I busted two windows 'cause I knew that he would say that one just wasn't enough).


dmarks said...

I read Krugman's thing about broken windows. If he is correct, that would mean that the Detroit riots turned that city into the Paris of the West.

Will "take no prisoners" Hart said...

It would be comical if it wasn't for the fact that so many people (who need to read Bastiat - "The Broken Window Fallacy" and not Paul Krugman) seem to buy into it (Pelosi being one of them - remember the Haitian earthquake?).

dmarks said...

Anyway, it's really kind of sick that Krugman justifies violence for its so-called economic benefits. I'm sure he might change his tune if a loved one of his were assaulted during one of the riots he is encouraging.

I was not aware of Pelosi's support for the Haitian earthquake. I see it now. That's rather sick too. A definite echo of the worst arrogant white colonial attitudes of centuries past. I have personal experience with people who work in Haiti, without Haitians, who see what it is like there. Something Pelosi, with her taxpayer-funded life of luxury, does not know.

From Krugman's lust for violence to Pelosi on the glorious positive transformative ability of massive death and living in squallor. the Left is definitely not without its kooks.

Will "take no prisoners" Hart said...

Krugman's $1,000,000,000,000 platinum coin and his concept of a phony alien invasion you could probably add to the list, too.