In a disgustingly candid look at the America-sucks-at-all-costs liberal psyche, Paul Krugman has opened his heart to his truth, and, unfortunately, similtaniously opened his column for us to share in his vile fantasies. (1)
I hate to spread his outrageous insults to America, but, this time, his column bears close examination. Remember, this is one of the men our president respects, and actually thinks has the best interests of America at heart.
Lets start with the name of the column: “The Years Of Shame.” In Krugmans world, he thinks Americans are as ashamed of America, (because of 9/11), as he an his ilk have been, (because of Americas freedom and success), all their lives.
He questions: “Is it just me, or are the 9/11 commemorations oddly subdued?”
Of course they are subdued. We have been denied the right to see what was done to us on 9/11/01 by the islamist terrorists. The media and the government decreed we could not handle viewing the attacks. This has given Krugman and his ilk the thought that we, as they, do not care anymore.
He goes on, incredibly making the assumption that real Americans agree with his hatred of America: “What happened after 9/11 — and I think even people on the right know this, whether they admit it or not — was deeply shameful.”
He is speaking of the unification of America against the obvious enemy, and our rallying against them. He is speaking of our going to war against the supporters of our enemies, and our standing together with Rudy Guiliani and President Bush as they did what Americans do when wronged: help our neighbors recover, and seek justice.
Krugman still has blinders on, and still is fighting George Bush, a man who may have turned from conservatism to try and save the economy from the destruction wrought by policies of pinheads like Krugman, joining them in their spending spree, instead of cutting off all their funds, but a man who succeeded in keeping America from being hit again for the rest of his two terms.
How many terrorist attacks and soldiers have been killed on American soil since Krugmans type of muslim appeasement began, under obama? The political correctness that won’t name the enemy, “ISLAMIST TERRORISM,” from the Fort Hood shootings that left 14 dead, that is shameful!
Krugmans absurd, insulting diatribe ends with:
“The memory of 9/11 has been irrevocably poisoned; it has become an occasion for shame. And in its heart, the nation knows it.”
No, Mr. Krugman. Our memory of 9/11/2001 is perfect. It is the medias, yours, and obamas forced rewriting of what our memories should be, how on 9/11, we should remember terrorist victims all over the world, instead of focusing on our own victims, and how the government controls the “accepted” way we should remember this atrocity, making us ashamed. Of THEM!
It is people like you and the MSM, along with all elitist politicians, from obama to NYC Mayor Bloomingidiot, to every politician that refuses to use the term “islamist terrorist” that we are ashamed of.