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Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Priceless: Krugman's Island

Uncle Ben:

James Taranto talking about the Occupy Wall Street movement and Paul Krugman's offer to "accept 'the job of helping to translate' incoherent and hateful nonsense 'into more fleshed-out proposals' for what one organizer has labeled 'Krugman's Army'":

"If these people were stripped of the order imposed by the society they are rebelling against--if they were on a deserted island rather than in a public park in an affluent city with a strong police presence--surely it would not take long to degenerate into 'Lord of the Flies.' Krugman would be Piggy.

Oh, and then there's this:

"Obama has failed, and his supporters are turning to nihilism."

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