Krugman Attacks Media For Placating GOP With 'Both Siderism': Republicans 'Are Just Completely Insane'
New York Times columnist on Sunday unleashed an epic rant at media outlets who entertain both sides of a political argument even when one side is "completely insane."
Paul Krugman's column today is titled "Publicity Stunts Aren't Policy." He's referring to the strike on Syria, of course, but as he points out, this applies to Donald Trump's moves on the economy as well.
David Brooks thinks Hillary Clinton's campaign is drab and old-fashioned.
After 35 years believing his own failed ideology, Grover Norquist thinks Trump can be trusted.
Paul Krugman dismantled the GOP's failed trickle down economic policies during a debate with Grover Norquist on ABC's This Week.
The Money Honey tag teams the economic policies of Obama and Hillary Clinton with the 'virtuous' Darrel Issa. Neither recalls the G.W. Bush years.
The Wall Street Journal's Bret Stephens desperately tries to distance the GOP from Trump's racist rhetoric, to no avail.
CNN, Fareed Zakaria GPS, March 6, 2016.
How about we try something else with campaign contributions besides paying for Marco Rubio's back waxings, hmm?
The first days out of rehab can be the hardest. Backsliding is common, and the shame of having to face those you hurt can seem unbearable.
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