Paul Krugman’s 9/11 opinion article

Posted on: September 12, 2011

Paul Krugman’s opinion article in the New York Times on September 11, 2011 isn’t worth the paper it was written on. This far left idiot that claims he is a Pulitzer Prize winner has no sense of decency for our country. But that’s not unusual; these far lefties hate the U.S. and everything it stands for.

September 11th will always live in infamy for our country. This idiot claims that what happened since 9/11 was deeply shameful.  He goes on to call Bernie Kerik, Rudy Giuliani and George W. Bush as fake heroes. He calls the memory of 9/11 as “irrevocably poisoned and an occasion for shame.”

What an idiot this guy is! He is also a coward because he ends his article with not allowing comments on his post as he say,” for obvious reasons.”  The obvious reasons are that he can’t handle the truth and he obviously doesn’t want to know that he is utterly wrong in every word he wrote.

Everyone has an opinion but on 9/11 to write such an article is shameful and treasonous. Those were innocent Americans who died. What happened afterwards was that our leaders took the reins and helped us back from the brink of tragedy.  Our leaders were definitely heroes.

Mr. Krugman, my opinion of you is that you are a coward and a hate monger. I urge the New York Times to fire you immediately because you are wrong on so many other articles you write against our country.

And yes, I will allow comments on my blog because I’m not afraid of free speech and the truth.


1 Response to "Paul Krugman’s 9/11 opinion article"

Preach it sister. Krugman practices hate speech. I find it so ironic that these are the guys who want to ban hate speech
and fail to see their utter hypocrisy in that they are the most
egregious offenders of this vile offense.
John Wilder

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