Paul Krugman has to show his partisanship on a daily basis, like take Snow Job
It’s always important to realize that someone can disagree with you politically without being a bad person. But there are bad people in politics, too. Maybe it’s just my bias that gives me the impression that there are more mean, self-centered whiners on one side of the aisle than on the other; but anyway, a spectacular performance by my governor:
When asked about the hundreds of people trapped in their homes for days, Christie said unless they lived on state roads, it’s not something his administration would have been able to change.Just brimming with generosity, he is.
“If someone is snowed into their house, that’s not our responsibility,” Christie said.
When asked about mayors who said they were forced to divert their resources to unplowed state roads instead of clearing local roads Christie said, “I know who these mayors are and they should buck up and take responsibility for the fact that they didn’t do their job.”
It is not generosity to give money and services to others with communal monies. I know that Libtards somehow think it is but it is not generosity it is just more than likely political pandering. Generosity is when giving by an individual willingly.II.
I am not sure I would be so proud of this factoid: Surprise Result – The most influential European Thinker is an American!
from a place that calls itself: Social Europe Journal, debating progressive politics in Europe and beyond.
Labels: Libtards, Paul Krugman