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November 14, 2010

Private Sector "Professional" Putz Paul Krugman Comes Out for Death Panels

You first, Paul, you chinless drooler.

If I have to listen to these people much longer, I'm going to be ready to vote Vlad the Impaler into office.

Posted by Vanderleun at November 14, 2010 10:29 PM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

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It's casual conversation with these imbeciles. Simply turn flesh and blood to people into numbers on paper at the point of a pencil on one end and the at the end of the eraser. Scribble, scribble, swish, swish. And gone! Math is easy peasy, right? Numbers just sit on the paper. They don't get mad, break things, riot, burn stuff down.

Posted by: Jewel at November 15, 2010 1:07 AM

"I have to say I've lost track of our argument on this one. Sarah Palin is still stupid, dumb and wrong...right?"

That's what I'd be saying if I was part of the brigade of loons that was trying to get ObamaCare rammed through, or supporting the people who were trying to get it rammed through, poking fun at Palin after the DP comment. But honest to God, I don't think there's a single soul on that side who is capable of putting tough questions to their own. First they scrub the legislation so they can make her wrong. Now you've got Krugman admitting she was right along along...although of course he'll never come out and say so.

Let's all run the 2012 elections as a referendum on this. The democrats say we need the Death Panels. Make it a "Logan's Run" election.

Posted by: Morgan K Freeberg at November 15, 2010 6:28 AM

One problem with death panels is the type of person who is attracted to them.

My father trusted my mother to make the decision on his life continuing. Once my mother decided to let my father go--upon the best advice of selected family and doctors--it took my dad three weeks to die. The same spirit that caused him to live a long and eventful life with multiple sclerosis did not switch off. No one in his immediate medical surroundings ever saw the like of it, and it caused great upset. But that is a good thing, that people are not the same. Death panels are the same, or will inevitably become the same. That is what the Krugman's of the world crave--certainty, and certainty is not found in life, but in sterility.

Posted by: james wilson at November 15, 2010 9:54 AM

Can't help but think of the Ben Franklin quote about certainty - but when he said "death and taxes", I don't think he meant death panels and vat taxes. But then again, he never could have imagined the era of President Barack Obama.

Posted by: Red Carolina at November 19, 2010 6:26 AM

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