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May 26, 2008



Does he pick the title for his piece? He's whistling past the graveyard.

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At this point I can't think of a single thing Obama could do to get me to vote for him. I will write in Hillary no matter how hard she campaigns for him.Making fun of Krugman dosen't help either.


I wrote in Scooby-Doo in ought ought and ought four and Shaggy for Veep the second time. You could look it up.


You're wrong, making fun of Krugman always helps. It's win-win for America.


Gonna eat a lot a peaches.


Hola, my old, long, sayin'.


Kim, I've got my first State high school Semi-final baseball series (I'm an umpire) today. I'm even the crew chief. Bedause I'm the biggest ahole, or most experienced (I forget which). My nephew the (Current) family war hero (We've had a few)is about to have his first daughter born. Nobody told me anything per usual. Today is a glorious day.


A fellow opened his refrigerator and saw a rabbit sleeping on a shelf. When awakened the rabbit said "Well, isn't this a Westinghouse?

Paul Zrimsek

Nor should Obama supporters dismiss Mrs. Clinton’s strength as a purely Appalachian phenomenon, with the implication that Clinton voters are just a bunch of hicks. They should save it for the McCain voters.

Patrick R. Sullivan
...many grass-roots Clinton supporters feel that she has received unfair, even grotesque treatment.

This is why Krugman will never be considered a great economist. Unfair, grotesque treatment is SOP in politics. Expecting anything else is childish.


"Well, isn't this a Westinghouse?

::groan:: But I loved it anyway!

Oh, I'll say it - Paul Krugman is not a redneck Appalachian hick.

Thank God for small favors!

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