... Republicans almost always lie, and Democrats almost always tell the truth.
His being an ethicist matters no more or less than him having any other job, as far as the validity of his argument goes.
IMHO, his being an ethicist, as one who comes to this conclusion, strongly calls into question his training and credentials in ethics.
Some idiot had to say it.
Remember, there is no spoon.
(Note: The stupid
It's a joke, people! Laugh!
Ever heard of Zefram Cochrane?
Apparently it's all 1337 now to say Python is sh177y.
Where is Bad Analogy Guy when you need him???
2 + 2 = 5 for large values of 2.
Help! Help! I'm being repressed!!!
Thank you! You made my point better than I could have.
Grandma got run over by a Redshift...!
I have to wonder.... Did they account for the rotation of the earth.
According to one of the early articles I read, yes, the earth's rotation was corrected for. Let's see....
Gad, I can't believe I read it in a Washington Post article, but I think this is it. A perfunctory googling doesn't come up with any other sources without more digging. (IOW, I'm lazy.)
Of course, Krugman's real position is that we would all be better off if we would let people like him decide every aspect of our lives and just lived as drones supporting our betters (him and those like him).
Thank you for having the courage to speak the truth.
Parent comment was moderated "underrated?" Underrated??? Do you not know a sardonic remark when you read one?!
You insensitive clod! The preferred title is "Spiderbeing!" Also acceptable is "Spiderentity."