It seems Paul Krugman’s pessimism knows no boundaries- now he is shitting all over manned space flight. He may be right in that there need to be changes, but does this guy capture the CAN’T attitude of the Democrats, or what? Why does everything have to be so negative- and Paul, how about we get what remains of the bodies in the ground before you unleash this on the families- that in your estimation, they Columbia crew threw their lives away in a failed mission. Cripes.
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What happened to my spelling and grammar? Ack. I had fifteen mispelled words out of about 40. Impressive. At any rate, compare the attitude of Krugman with Krauthammer’s. Why is Krugman so negative about everything?
Whoa there, pal!
Mr. Krugman represents Mr. Krugman. As a democrat who is also a NASA supporter I resent his attitude used to represent ME.
In fact, it annoys me when anybody’s opinion is used as the measuring stick for anybody else. Either side of the aisle. It’s the ultimate dehumanizing tactic.
When you guys use his first name, I can’t help but feel you’re adressing me.
I don’t know if the “CAN’T” attitude is limited to Democrats or liberals. There’s a host of people just waiting to clear off a whole list of why something can’t be done while someone out there is finding ways to get it done.
You’d think we would’ve weeded out this genetic defect when we left them back in the trees.
He may not represent you, personally, but he is regarded by many as the only real voice of the opposition. There can be no denying that he has consistently railed against Bush et. al, fairly and unfairly. My point was that he seems, to me at least, to represent much of the very negative attitude, the pessimism, etc., that many in the Democrat party seem to portray. Look at the difference between Krugman and Krauthammer.
Krugman has been so lionized by the left… if you don’t want him representing you, say so.