In a civilized society, should anyone or any government ever force anyone to do anything against his or her will as long as that person does not infringe upon the life, liberty, or property of another?

Sunday, October 21, 2007

Krugman admits he's a communist

Paul Krugman, a professor at Princeton University, was on Bloomberg this weekend and he said he was a "card-carrying communist." He also said that he believes in redistribution of wealth in America. So he wants to take some of your money and give it to those less fortunate. Against your will, of course.

So if you read some of his op-eds every once in awhile as they are picked up by newspapers around the country (including the Houston Chronicle), be careful as to what you buy into. He loves communism and socialism, obviously, and he wouldn't mind using force against you to obtain some of your hard-earned money and distributing it to someone else.


Bob Munck said...

What Krugman said was "Look, I'm a card-carrying economist." The interview is available on the Bloomberg site; go watch it.

Krugman uses that phrase a lot; google it.

I'm betting you won't correct your entry or write a retraction in a new entry.

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