Saturday, November 06, 2004


Bring on the Prozac - Part II

To liberals, the re-election of George W. Bush is more depressing than 9/11.

Indeed several therapists are reporting that their patients are experiencing "post election blues."

And if that wasn't bad enough, Paul Krugman of The New York Times is having quite the psychotic episode (not the he was ever a paradigm or normality) with his latest rant:

But Democrats are not going to get the support of people whose votes are motivated, above all, by their opposition to abortion and gay rights (and, in the background, opposition to minority rights). All they will do if they try to cater to intolerance is alienate their own base.

Intolerance? Opposition to minority rights? With Colin Powell as Secretary of State, Condoleeza Rice as National Security Adviser and Rod Paige as Secretary of Education? Come on!

Furthermore, with approximately 337,000 jobs added to the payrolls this past month, Krugman and his ilk don't have a leg to stand on in terms of domestic policy.

So if anyone needs to be medicated, it's Paul Krugman. Surely the man could benefit from some anti-delusional, anti-psychotic or anti-anxiety medications that are currently available.

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