Targeting A Timesman's Bogosity

Tom Wolfe once defined the word “intellectual” to mean “a person knowledgeable in one field who speaks out only in others.”

No one fits that bill better than the Gray Lady’s ex-Enron consultant turned wannabe political pundit, as Verum Serum notes:


Paul Krugman used the megaphone of the NY Times to state that Palin’s Facebook map went “far beyond politics as usual.” He further claimed, “you will search in vain for anything comparably menacing…from members of Congress.” Notice he didn’t say it was hard to find or rare. He said, in effect, that it didn’t exist. But since my search was not in vain, the Times should issue a correction noting that Krugman got it wrong.

Read the whole thing.

Related: “Oh, no. More political maps inciting violence!”


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