There are no fans of Paul Krugman here. His ideas are dangerous foolish. The Rochester Post-Bulletin thinks he’s a god. Fred Douglass at American Thinker goes to great detail about Krugman’s tribulations with his own blog.
On a blog intended to allow commentary, one of Krugman’s fans senselessly — senselessly — said:
“Who is this Sean from Florida? He takes everything that [the] Professor [says] and shreds it, piece by piece. He shouldn’t be allowed to post his comments on this blog since he seems to be winning all the debates. We progressives need to stick together and embellish our talking points without someone from the outside pointing out fallacies in our ideology.”
Could it be a joke? If it isn’t, does it tell us something of the quality of the minds behind Krugman’s audience?