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Saturday, December 17, 2016

New York Times writer goes insane over President Trump

On Thursday, it was some guy at Newsweek who went crazy on Twitter. Last night, Paul Krugman of the New York Times flipped out.

The Newsweek guy said Trump was a drug addict.

Krugman flashed a little 9-11 Troofer in the mix, and implied that President Trump is hoping for another 9-11. Some things are better left unsaid.

If you would not publish or broadcast it, don't tweet it, because it is now the same thing.




President Trump is living in their heads rent-free -- but he should escape immediately, because their walls are collapsing and toxic fumes will soon overwhelm them.

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23 comments:

  1. "Donald J. Trump ‏@realDonaldTrump
    China steals United States Navy research drone in international waters - rips it out of water and takes it to China in unpresidented act."

    I'm not convinced that Trump doesn't know the difference between "unpresidented" and "unprecedented".

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    1. Probably autocorrect. Screws me up all the time. Everything can go perfectly for a long time and then it goes completely bonkers.

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    2. Flying fingers, I'm guessing. But yes, right now, we're pretty much unpresidented.

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    3. Maybe autocorrect suggested it, but I reckon The Donald waved it through. It's too good a slam against Obama.

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    4. Waved it through...Hahahaha! Gold, Dave...

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    5. Just like Marine "Corpse" from "O". Or, "I"ve visited 57 US states.

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  2. Paul Krugman: Living proof that unhinged insanity is no longer a barrier to receipt of the Nobel Prize.

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  3. If the executive branch when handed to a man like Donald Trump is a cause for great alarm, then perhaps it is time to reconsider your support for greater power invested in the executive branch. L

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  4. The worst thing for Krugman would be the economic success of Trump's policies which are 180° out of phase with his. He claimed Obama's stimulus was too small and that 90% marginal tax rates were an excellent idea. His and Obama's silly Nobel prizes were the ones that brought disgrace on the Nobel committee and tainted the prestige of the award even when it was given for legitimate reasons in Physics. The selfish machinations of the left during Obama's reign and in the recent election have now raised the specter of unopposed right wing rule for 20 years, especially if the Senate falls in 2018, as Don predicted last year. Krugman's fantasies of another 9/11 reflect his own selfish wishes, or perhaps those of Bill Clinton who envied GW for that self enhancing disaster on his watch. I know the left won't go away but to me this kind of irrational hatred is and will be most useful for DT as we saw on Nov 8. In fact, I hope Krugman's subconscious id is on continuous display for years to come.

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    1. Someone in my hometown got one of those ridiculous Nobel's. Obvious that she got it simply for doing PC crap that has amounted to nothing in the real world. When it was awarded everybody is all thrilled. All I could do was shrug. Even though everyone was thrilled, no one even knew who she was--even here! Or were acquainted with her research. So little was the impact.

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    2. The Nobrains prizes went sour long before Barry got one. They gave on to Carter, and Lê Đức Thọ.

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  5. Oh, Paullie "The Beard" Krugman...There you go again. (h/t Ronaldus Magnus.) Been smokin' your beard hair again?

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  6. The new ongoing advertising campaign on public transport was a wise move by the NYT.

    "The New York Times would like to apologize for whatever the **** Paul Krugman tweeted overnight."

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  7. Paul Krugman, call your office. Mr. Trump just unfriended you on FB. As Bugs Bunny used to say, what an ultra maroon. Krugman needs to be placed in a strait jacket.

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  8. It's a new, highly virulent malady called Trump Derangement Syndrome. - Elric

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  9. Talk about "subversion"!!!??? Who's trying to undermine the election now by urging Electors to violate their oaths and in some states to violate the law? Trump has been fairly elected within the rules laid out in the Constitution. The Dems want someone else selected. The Dems have no respect for law or democracy. There is no fix for that.

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    1. We could try a beating about the head and shoulders with at least 70% accuracy...

      Just a thought.

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  10. I wonder if Krugman is losing his office at the Times? One can hope:

    --The New York Times is packing up several floors of its operation and will rent out the empty space to make revenue, according to an email sent to staff this week.

    Around 400 NYT writers, the letter says, will have to vacate their current work spaces (including corner offices) and consolidate. Their work areas will be “redesigned” to better maximize efficiency — and to allow the Times to lease the vacant newsrooms on least eight floors in its flagship building.--

    https://heatst.com/biz/airnyt-new-york-times-downsizes-and-will-rent-out-more-of-headquarters-building/

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  11. I wonder if Krugman is losing his office at the Times? One can hope:

    --The New York Times is packing up several floors of its operation and will rent out the empty space to make revenue, according to an email sent to staff this week.

    Around 400 NYT writers, the letter says, will have to vacate their current work spaces (including corner offices) and consolidate. Their work areas will be “redesigned” to better maximize efficiency — and to allow the Times to lease the vacant newsrooms on least eight floors in its flagship building.--

    https://heatst.com/biz/airnyt-new-york-times-downsizes-and-will-rent-out-more-of-headquarters-building/

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  12. The Beard's been insane; tain't nuthin new.

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  13. To be fair, Krugman lost his mind decades ago.

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