In Krugman's racist diatribe that appears in his latest New York Times essay he writes;
"...the peddlers of anti-progressive lies are managing to convince a certain kind of American — white, socially conservative, etc. [emphasis mine] — that the hate-mongers are people like them; and, even more important, that progressives are Those People, people not like them...Obama’s skin color makes this easy..."
This must be shocking news to "white, socially conservative"** Black people such as Wilton Altson, Robert Wicks, Walter Williams, and Thomas Sowell. (And I'll bet you all of the stimulus money that Obama supports that they aren't the only Black people who are shocked by Krugman's racist statement either.)
Krugman, being a racist, obviously believes in his racist mind that only white people are against Obamacare; only white people do not agree with Obama's expanding Bush's Fascist policies (though in the case of health care, it's a Socialist policy); there are no Black anti-progressives out there. (By the way, folks, for those of you who don't have selective memory like Krugman, do you remember when Stalin's Soviet Union was referred to by people of Krugman's ilk as being "progressive"?)
Well, LRC blog readers, in what looks like a case of life imitating art, we have here our very own real version of the classic Hans Christian Anderson fairy tale The Emperor's New Clothes. In our real version, if you do not agree with every policy that our Black Emperor believes in his imagination is "progressive," you are considered a racist.
This being the case, I want to be the first LRC blog writer to go on record to state that I am a racist. That's right: I, David Kramer, am a racist. You see, I don't like Black politicians—Black politicians, that is, who promote economic policies that will hurt Black people (and all other people, for that matter).
[Of course, I don't like any politicians (Black, White, or otherwise) who promote policies that harm people—but stating that upfront wouldn't have been as fun and provocative as writing the previous paragraph.]
On a separate issue, here's the opening paragraph from the same Krugman essay:
"Obama is a Kenyan-born Nazi Muslim planning to euthanize seniors while putting them in concentration camps. The Clintons were drug-runners who murdered Vince Foster. Why do people believe this stuff?"
[Thanks to Victor Bozzo]
*Krugman calls the column that he writes for the New York Times "The Conscience of a Liberal."
**The four Black gentlemen mentioned are not really "socially conservative," they are libertarians. But I can assure you that a left-wing ignoramus like Krugman considers anyone who isn't left-wing "socially conservative."