Over the past few days there has been a growing uproar at New York Times columnist Paul Krugman and his shameful statements appearing September 11th in the paper under the title “The Years of Shame.”
Let me be very clear from the start of this commentary that I dislike Paul Krugman intensely, because he is one of those isolated, tenured, pointy-headed, liberal intellectuals who hide behind the walls of Ivy covered educational institutions and look down upon us lesser beings. Having read numerous articles penned by Krugman, it is clear he idolizes the flawed concepts of radical economists who, like him, hide in the halls of academia with little or no real experience in the real world. Few have ever earned a paycheck from anything but a taxpayer supported educational theory compound or run a business.
Attached is the link to the disgusting 9/11/11 New York Times sermon.
The closing sentence in Krugman’s ill-advised posting proves the fact that he is essentially another liberal coward when he states “I’m not going to allow comments on this post, for obvious reasons.” Apparently Krugman is hiding behind his secure walled moat at Princeton University.
Permit me to draw your attention to a couple of far more civil comments that were printed in the New York Times as a result of Krugman’s myopic view of 9/11.
If I was Paul Krugman I would be looking over my shoulder in real fear of being attacked by a family member of one of the brave Americans who perished on 9/11 or in Iraq or Afghanistan.
Many loyal Americans have disagreed with some actions taken following the vicious attacks on 9/11, but few will agree with Krugman’s mean spirited verbiage. As you may have already noted, Krugman’s piece has your Commander worked up. There are far too many liberal tenured professors instructing our young men and women and planting the seeds of evil ideas in their heads.