Paul Krugman thinks that Republicans are dumb-ass, knuckle-dragging Neanderthals. In the not-too-distant future he sees a Republican half-wit winning the presidency and dragging America back to the Stone Age. I could see it now. The Republican nominee for president, delivering his acceptance speech at the convention in grunts, beating his chest, and bopping his wife over the head with the a club as he drags her on to the stage by her hair.
Writing in The New York Times, Krugman says, "One of these years the world's greatest nation will find itself ruled by a party that is aggressively anti-science, indeed anti-knowledge. And, in a time of severe challenges -- environmental, economic, and more -- that's a terrifying prospect." Terrifying indeed. What's more frightening than the prospect of a bunch of underdeveloped orangutans with their finger on the nuclear button?
But saying that Republicans are anti-science is about as accurate as saying that Democrats are anti-G-d, and one wonders what is more outrageous? The prospect of a primitive party of Republicans getting control of government, or a Nobel-prize winning columnist in the world's most authoritative newspaper writing broad generalities about how Republicans are unlettered buffoons who hate learning and science?
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