It's not a pretty picture - which is why right-wing partisans try so hard to discredit anyone who tries to explain to the public what's going on.
These partisans rely in part on obfuscation: shaping, slicing and selectively presenting data in an attempt to mislead.
2 hours ago
I'm Krugman's age and remember Chicago in those years. It's a much better place to live now than then. This is what happens when you get old though: yesterday seems better. It wasn't if you think a little and look around at how people live now. Krugman should know better.
I'm curious, JVL, when people accuse you of being dishonest, how do you respond?
quote Pontous Pilate's question to Jesus: "What is truth?"
"Slicing and selectively presenting data in an attempt to mislead?"
Hearing Krugman say that is like hearing Teddy Kennedy call someone a drunk driver.
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