Paul Krugman Looks Back
On his blog yesterday, Paul Krugman provides a list of things that politics pundits have been largely in agreement about.
George Bush is a nice, moderate guy, who will work in a bipartisan way.
George Bush is a heroic leader, who has risen to the occasion.
The case for invading Iraq is overwhelming; only a fool or a Frenchman could fail to be persuaded by Colin Powell.
John McCain is an independent-thinking maverick.
Paul Ryan is an honest, deeply serious thinker who really cares about the deficit.
The tax cut deal paved the way for a new phase of bipartisanship.
The Ryan plan sets a new standard of seriousness.
He claims to be puzzled at “the gullibility of so much of our pundit class.” But I don’t think he really is.
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