The Daily Grind: Barbour Out, Paul In
7:30 AM, Apr 25, 2011 • By MARK HEMINGWAY
Everything that's wrong with Paul Krugman in a single sentence: "It might not have been Utopia, he says, but it could have been France."
"Anti-corporate demagoguery. Is there anything it can’t solve?"
Robert Samuelson: "All this may be politically shrewd. Voters disdain hard choices. Liberal pundits loved Obama's speech. But another audience is less impressed -- global money managers."
What? Union organizers endorsing violent tactics? Who knew!
"Just as Barack Obama’s election led to the renaming of a handful of elementary schools, perhaps in the spirit of 'Leading from Behind,' it’s time to embrace the Obama enthusiasm and recast other concepts. Edward Smith was the captain of the Titanic. While it may appear at first glance that he erred when the Titanic struck an iceberg, perhaps a more charitable reading was that he was 'sailing from below.'"