Monday, September 17, 2012

What Paul Krugman Said... much like I said earlier this morning, only better. He gets paid more, so...
Paul Krugman (NY Times)
We’re now getting a lot of “Romney in disarray” stories; we’re also hearing that the solution is for Romney to go out there and sell his five-point plan for the economy.
You’ve got to be kidding. Has anyone actually looked at that “plan”? Not only is it pathetic; its patheticity (pathos? That doesn’t sound right) is no accident. On the contrary, it reflects the same forces that have made the Romney campaign in general such a dud.
It’s not just that the plan’s rhetoric is the same as every other GOP plan since 2004. Nor is it just the complete absence of specifics. It’s the fact that the plan is written in code; Romney doesn’t dare say explicitly what he’s talking about, because his actual agenda is so unpopular.
Read on.


  1. How I do agree. The dog whistle politics will no longer fly, he's broken them.
    At least up until now, there's been a way to spin what was really meant. Now we have it in his own words, how he really sees America. It's Lords and Serfs.
    Mitt, don't let the door hit you in the backside on your way out of my Country, OK?


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