Occasional sanity at the N.Y.T. • 21 January 2008 • The SnowBlog

Occasional sanity at the N.Y.T.

Paul Krugman of the New York Times deserves a medal for being right almost every time he opens his mouth. Sadly by the time he is proved right, most people are too busy insisting that no one could have seen the current situation coming to notice him. Bob Herbert also makes a reasonable amount of sense, from time to time, and here's some of it now in case anyone is wondering whether President Bush's idea of rescuing his bankrupt nation by cutting taxes is the solution.


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