Sunday, November 14, 2010

Krugman: I'm Totally Evil

The man comes out for Death Panels and a Value Aadded Tax (which presumably will also apply to the additional coffins).
He called for this on ABC's This Week with Christiane Amanpour and then attempted to soft pedal the Death Panels remark, but he means it: care costs will have to be controlled, which will surely require having Medicare and Medicaid decide what they’re willing to pay for — not really death panels, of course, but consideration of medical effectiveness and, at some point, how much we’re willing to spend for extreme care...Now, you may declare that this is politically impossible. But medical costs must be controlled somehow, or nothing works.

It should be pointed out that this is coming from a guy that thinks the Fed isn't printing enough money and wants inflation in addition to Death Panels and the VAT. Is this guy on a secret Committee to Destroy America, or what?

1 comment:

  1. It's not that Krugman is on a panel to destroy the US or any other nation. It's that he's borderline insane and a few steps away from being completely ethically retarded.

    I am reminded of the insane statements by George Bernard Shaw, who was, on the surface, a sane person. But as you peel away the layers. . . Well, just let me repeat one of Shaw's quotes: "If you can’t justify your existence, you must die."

    I can't say either guy is straight out stupid, because their minds always find new, and inventive ways to justify ethically bankrupt policy that is doomed to failure. That part is actually impressive to me. It's astonishing. I guess it's a strange compulsion with these types of crazies-- The desire to control people, in any way possible.