Miscellania: Moonbats on the Right, Able Danger, and Krugman
From Wizbang Blog:
|...there are moonbats on the right too. The difference between the Democrats and the Republicans is that on the right side, we call out our (few) crazies... The Democrats make them party chairmen.|
On the topic of Able Danger, two new members of the team have materialized -- and are backing the story of Lt. Col Shaffer.
|...we now have three witnesses saying pretty much the same thing. Contrary to popular belief over the past few days, Shaffer hasn't changed history on the Atta ID. And contrary to the skeptics' take, Rep. Weldon just keeps putting up instead of shutting up...|
Last Friday, DNC propagandist and Times op-ed columnist Paul Krugman spewed the exhausted canard that Gore won the 2000 election. For his troubles, Richard Baehr at American Thinker fisked Krugman into submission, using everything but tactical nuclear weapons. Krugman responded to be the beating with a milquetoast aplogia, which was half-hearted at best. Baehr wasn't satisfied; he blistered Krugman again in a manner reminiscent of Genghis Kahn:
|Paul Krugman, tries to respond today to withering attacks on his column from last Friday in which he declared that a full statewide manual recount would have given Al Gore the victory in Florida in 2000. Somebody at the New York Times may have gotten concerned about how far from the truth Krugman was straying....|
...Krugman's admission that the US Supreme Court DID NOT change the result in Florida is important. He now admits that the recount that had been ordered by the very Gore friendly Florida Supreme Court would have shown Bush to be the winner, had it not been interrupted by the US Supreme Court. There are quite a few partisans on the left who still have not "received" this message. If they won't believe Paul Krugman, who will they believe?
If you've ever wondered about the definitions of "MSM/DNC" or "Demedia", Krugman pretty much provides the answer. He's such a transparent shill you can't see him on a sunny day.