Friday, April 22, 2011

Krugman Pooh Poohs the Tracking of Your Life

On news that iPhone tracks everywhere you go, Krugman writes:
The horrible secret someone would learn from my tracking is that I don’t have any interesting secrets.
So then Paulie, please disclose to us how often you talk to Helicopter Bennie on your iPhone or any other phone.


  1. Krugman has a skeleton in at least one of his closets.

    Anyways, his opinion smacks of the typical lame justification by nanny state monitoring - as long as you're not doing anything wrong you shouldn't worry about it. They would never abuse the sheeple. Right?

    What a complete jackass.

  2. It's always useful to apply this argument to the government, too. For example, if the Fed has nothing to hide, why doesn't it undergo a full audit, overseen by Ron Paul?

  3. "Full of sound and fury, signifying nothing." This man has no shame and is slowly and methodically being exposed as the total fraud he is. Ignore him.