Dr Paul Krugman, George Will and Austan Goolsbee: The government doesn’t create jobs

Well … that Will is on this list does not surprise me. It’s the other two, publicly admitting the government can’t create jobs, nor can it turn the economy on again, now, that’s man bites dog stuff.

Christiane Amanpour wonders what can the government do to get the economy moving again, and get business to begin spending some of it’s cash on hand, estimated at … ummm … Two trillion dollars? Two bites for your perusal. The first, Dr Krugman comes clean on the two trillion being horded.


The second bite is just depressing for lefties. The government can’t and never has created jobs. That’s George Will and … Austan Goolsbee.


And as a complete buzz kill for progressives, Krugman comes clean on what we have told you for years. Even Bill Clinton had little to do with the economic revival of the 90’s.


I’ll Krugman for sticking to his lefty ideals. Government can’t create jobs … but big government can create demand on command. But I know he knows it can’t. It’s all about the private sector my little mobsters. It always has been. It always will be. Government is not the solution … it is the problem.

6 replies
  1. Plainvillian
    Plainvillian says:

    Krugman is the same delusional feces spewing collectivist hack who a just few days ago indicted wholesale all conservative speakers and specific people as responsible for the deeds of a clearly unbalanced person, even as the truth about the perpetrator emerged.  The only problem with Krugman as a philosophically validating source is that he is, …. well, Krugman.

  2. weregettinghosed
    weregettinghosed says:

    When a government grows to proportions where one end does not know there is another end, we see a country where the people are either asleep or disinterested; either is dangerous for the survival  of freedom. To this point we have been brought by past generations yet it is now, this generation shall expose the wrongs and truths, thereby the government finds itself shrinking and the economy expanding. The solution of the present problem is within the people. The new people's government health care shall result in the government's being the patient upon a massive surgical amputation take place.

  3. winnie888
    winnie888 says:

    If anyone in this administration had a brain, they'd be emulating Reagan's policies from the 80s and maybe 2 presidential terms from now we'd be able to experience the economic prosperity that Clinton took credit for in the 90s.  Just sayin's all.

  4. sammy22
    sammy22 says:

    And while we are at it, winnie888, let us rejoice about the great prosperity we enjoyed during the George Bush years, and pretend that the boom was not followed by the biggest bust in my lifetime.

  5. Tim-in-Alabama
    Tim-in-Alabama says:

    It's too bad hating President Bush didn't quite work to turn around the economy. There has to be some way to harness all that negative energy into an alternative power source. That said, Krugman always looks weaselly. No wonder he's the poster boy for leftie economic fabrication.

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