Hey Paul Krugman

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9 Responses to “Hey Paul Krugman”

  1. Lolis says:

    Paul Krugman has said he would not work for the WH. That should tell people something about where his comfort level lies.

  2. maudgonne says:

    In the basement of the building, Burris raced to catch the subway to the Capitol, and when he arrived he met Ron Wyden, of Oregon, and Bernie Sanders, of Vermont, who, having already voted, were heading in the opposite direction. “Senators!” Burris said, and the two men made the same gestures as the pair in the elevator had: a friendly nod followed by an averted gaze. Burris darted into one of the tiny elevators that take senators up to the Senate floor, and Tom Coburn, the Oklahoma Republican, wrapped an arm around his shoulder, squeezing so hard that the men’s heads were practically touching. “Hang in there, my buddy!” Coburn said.

  3. doggril says:

    THAT was funny.

  4. Rufus says:

    Just what I’ve been thinking for the past weeks. Couldn’t they give Krugman a small office in the White House Tree House? What, no tree house? So build one. QUICK.

  5. John says:

    There is only one sentence you will ever have to know in understanding what is happening with the economy. You don’t have to be an Einstein. You don’t have to be a Greenspan, Volcker, Roubini or a Geithner. You only have to understand this very simple concept. We the elite and all powerful break the system, and all of you the unclean masses get to clean up the mess while you continue to serve us.

    All you ever needed to know about this financial train wreck is this……

    Privatize the profits, socialize the losses.

    Heads they win. Tails we lose. It’s really that simple.

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  8. davidkingofall says:

    I’d like to know the names of the people who the president asked to work for him but didn’t. I wonder if Krugman’s name is on that list. Why isn’t he Treasury Secretary? Thanks for posting this, it’s deceptively provocative.

  9. Indigo says:

    Nice music but . . .

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