Former Enron adviser Paul Krugman, writing from Tokyo, reflects on the upcoming elections and comes to this cheery conclusion: “Americans, understandably, are disappointed over, frustrated with and angry about the state of the economy; but disappointment is better than disaster.”
"Disappointment is better than disaster." It's a bit long for a bumper sticker, but otherwise not a bad election slogan: honest, pointed, yet not promising too much.
Just one question: Why is Krugman writing slogans for the Republicans?
Hat tip: Ben.