Comment: some picks from the comments

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some picks from the comments

Kyle Munk:
"NY Times, please fire this guy, he is useless."

circustrainer los angeles:
"So basically Krugman got his nobel prize from a central bank. Thats all I need to know."

Dan Chicago:
"Krugman is just a salesman for fractional reserve banking. This guy is a pawn just like Bernanke and Greenspan. How many more lives need to be destroyed listening to this clown? Debates are useless= "I have a degree from Princeton; I don't need to explain myself." What a fraud this guy is. Notice he cowered out of the second half of the interview because Dr. Paul threw one too many haymakers that Krugman is still dizzy from."

Geerton Tampa, FL:
"Hmmm...sounds like somebody took that debate personally. Could it be because they are wrong?"

Ben Knapic:
"Losses debate handily; writes an article saying debates don't matter. Classy move Krugman, classy move."

David Rairigh The Shire:
"The reason that people believe that Dr. Paul won is because the majority of Krugman's ilk never said a word of warning about the housing market collapse while Ron Paul was warning everyone who would listen as far back as 2002."

"Mr. Krugman,
“If Ron Paul got on TV and said “Gah gah goo goo debasement! theft!” —which is a rough summary of what he actually did say — his supporters would say that he won the debate hands down; I don’t think my supporters are quite the same, but opinions may differ. ” ???
Isn't that beneath you to sink to such a immature level? For a man of your credentials, you should be able to carefully dis-construct Dr. Paul's position. Instead, you resort to school-yard mocking and saying it is suitable as a "rough summary" of Ron Paul position."

Vijay Boyapati Seattle:
"Dr Krugman, as ever, you are incredibly uncharitable in your interpretations of your intellectual adversaries. One could easily have made a similar statement about your performance in the debate: "gah gah goo goo spend more money!". Yet doing so would only really debase the tenor of the debate, which you seem wont to do. It's really rather sad that you use your pulpit at the New York Times to smear people in this fashion. Shame."