Paul Krugman Thinks People Don’t Know Which Party He Supports
The last time I paid any attention to Paul Krugman, he was calling Obama one of the most successful presidents ever. Now he wants us to believe he’s not a party guy.
There are very few stories which could compel me to link VOX.
I would say at this point it looks mostly like symbolism. Among liberals in America, there’s actually fairly widespread dismay over actually what I think of as Clinton-Blairism; the kind of ‘90s liberalism that is not really taking on economic inequality, not really taking on Wall Street. And there’s a sense that Hillary Clinton might be a return to that.
But I don’t think Hillary Clinton is going to try and make it 1999 again. I remember in 2008 —as a Times columnist, I can’t do endorsements, so you have no idea which party I favor in general elections — but I was skeptical of Obama at a time when a lot of people on the Left were very, very high on him.
To which I say…
By the way, as long as we’re on the subject of VOX, read this: