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Well....

Krugman did, in fact, get across many of his base arguments. I think he may have been surprised that Dr. P was so quick to refute his talking points with facts of his own. I actually find some parts of Keynesian may have some legitimate talking points. I didn't hear any of those from Mr. Krugman. I was kind of hoping Mr. K might give some interesting analysis I could consider. Didn't happen.

He referred to a few Keynesian guys in a recent debt spending article. Those 4 economists replied saying he over simplified, and didn't even take a simple model into consideration....(they were offended he used their names to support his claims.) Sounds like Krugman lets his political brain rule his economic one.... That's not a true economist. It's a political activist. Biased minds look for "facts" to support the bias, not truths that support reality. Too bad. I was looking forward to this one. Dr. P wins again!

Ohh yeah. Dr.P is in fact supporting what he believes to be truth on this matter... Not a political activist point of view. That clearly explains why both sides of the establishment are quick to attack him on it. His views benefit neither party, just us little guys.