Monday, September 12, 2011


In surfing Drudge yesterday, I came across a link for a Paul Krugman post to a New York Times blog entry, where he called the reaction to 9-11 "shameless" and referred to George W. Bush, Rudy Giuliani and others as "fake heroes." If they are such "fake heroes," how come this homeland was not attacked again during the Bush Administration after 9-11? If they are fake heroes, how come they get a much larger applause at events where they appear with the current president? If they are fake heroes, then why are they so honored by all 9-11 families and families of our brave service men and women?

You know what I think about Mr. Krugman? I think he is a shameless, gutless coward! Krugman, from his ivy towers at Princeton does these quick shots across the bow, where he doesn't articulate or provide the reader with reasoning to his position. Then, he starts to sing the same old song about Iraq that all the leftists wine about. In his closing, Krugman cowardly write "I'm not going to allow comments on this post, for obvious reasons." Afraid of what your readers may think?

Donald Rumsfeld has it right and hopefully, more Americans follow his lead. In addition to cancelling subscriptions, Americans, can call the New York Times at (212) 556-1600 to state their complaints.

I doubt we will see a retraction, but we will see Mr. Krugman and his ilk become even more increasingly irrelevant.

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