Paul Krugman, Martyr, or Why I Read Blogs
Sully links to a der Spiegel interview with the Ny Times social critic, ermm, I mean economist, in which he emits few more annoying squeals. My translate software is not working (actually I forget how to use the google translate), so all I have are the Sully quotes:
Instead [of writing a column about the New Economy], I now find myself once again as the lonely voice of truth in a sea of corruption. Sometimes I think that one of these days I’ll end up in one of those cages on Guantanamo Bay (laughs). But I can still seek asylum in Germany. I hope you’d accept me in an emergency.
If you feel dirty after reading that, I understand. Is there anyone who wonders why people like me dismiss Paul Krugman, yet embrace places like Kos’s Political State? At least bloggers will admit they are partisan hacks.