Wednesday, July 17, 2002
Kausfiles describes how criticisms of President Bush's business dealings actually cancel each other out. He gives us this:
Thus, if Bush "did a great job leading the owners' group" as it "bullied and misled the city into raising taxes to build a $200 million stadium," as Kristof alleges, then the extra money he got from his partners wasn't really an unjustifid "$12 million gift" (read "bribe") as Krugman implies. It was money his partners probably felt he'd earned. ...
Is everyone completely nauseated by Krugman's regular insistance on sacrificing every bit of his soul to the alter of the Democrat Party?
Robin 9:32 AM