Friday, October 07, 2011

Paul Krugman Channels His Inner 1967

No, that's not Paul Krugman in the photo, but it may as well be. Arriving a bit late to the quickly fading Occupy Wall Street movement (Obama put the kiss of death on it Thursday), the crackpot NY Times columnist loses everyone in the first paragraph today by regurgitating an antiwar cry from 44 years ago. Way to stay current.
There’s something happening here. What it is ain’t exactly clear, but we may, at long last, be seeing the rise of a popular movement that, unlike the Tea Party, is angry at the right people.
Really, is there any need to go on?

Pretty soon we'll be nostalgic for these freaks. We need someone to beat up on. Remember, they're very peaceful, especially when they're calling for a military coup.


daveinboca said...

Remember when the Tea Party types gathered 800,000 marchers in DC and were orderly and cleaned up after themselves?   If you don't, it's because the lamestream MSM never reported on it, except Fox, which actually follows events rather than fads.

Now I've seen five stories on PBS Evening News that bloviate about the 'ever expanding' Occupy Wall Street phenomenon in glowing terms----my taxes pay to support the freaks at that PC madhouse.   If I listened to NPR, I'd probably get sick to my stomach.

Left-wing maggots and parasites feeding on the rest of us taxpayers & throwing their garbage on the sidewalk.   Just the America the NYT & Krugboy want us all to live in.

Richard Butler said...

There's nothing more pathetic than sixty something balding hippies sporting pony-tails of what's left of their hair or geezers wearing tie-died shirts. I wonder if these fools realize most of the country is laughing at them. I fully expect to see Wavy Gravy and Country Joe McDonald in the next few days leading chanting sessions.