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Has Paul Krugman Unmasked the Republican-Martian Conspiracy?

Posted by GayPatriotWest at 10:00 pm - June 29, 2009.
Filed under: Liberals,Media Bias,Post 9-11 America

Looks like he just might have.  Despite my contacts in the GOP, I have only heard rumors about this supposed conspiracy, yet no proof, not even a scrap of hard evidence.  I had thought that if this conspiracy did indeed exist, it was only among the far right extremists on our side of the aisle, the real loons, those so eager to bring down Obama that they would praise the leaders of our mortal enemies, you know I mean, the Martians who have only begun to make contact with us.

I’d heard about these GOP dead-enders, eager to help the Martians effect their planned conquest of our planet, perhaps just to bring down Obama or perhaps to protect themselves and their families when the extra-terrestials take over, assuming we could not resist their invasion.  Until today, I had thought that the talk of the conspiracy was attempts by the White House-MSM axis to smear Republicans as extremists.

But, maybe Paul Krugman knows something I don’t know.  Why else would he accuse Republican opponents of the Waxman-Markey bill of committing treason against the planet

I mean, treason against the planet does suggest helping an extra-planetary force.  And that points to the Martians.

Well, if he’s going to accuse the GOP of treason, he needs provide the evidence, of the actual conspiracy itself and of Republican contacts with Martian officials.  We can’t let him get him with this subliminal system of messaging, hinting at the extra-terrestial conspiracy just to keep it in people’s minds so that they assume that Republicans prefer to cooperate with aliens than to work with the President and his party.  Even in the darkest of times, Americans just won’t vote for a political party which allies itself with those little green men.

So, Mr. Krugman, now that we know you’re aware of the conspiracy, show us the evidence.



  1. Now if we could just work in Jack Nicholson from Mars Attacks! this story would really be something!

    Comment by John — June 29, 2009 @ 10:42 pm - June 29, 2009

  2. Oh man, Krugman is on to us now. I’m tempted to unleash the Brain Slugs to slither up Krugman’s nostrils and liquify his gray matter, but, having read Saint Paulie’s columns, it’s clear his cerebellum morphed into yellow matter custard a long time ago.

    Then again, all this probably explains why the Krugster was awarded a Nobel Prize for Economics. Only damn fools, intellectuals, and Nobel committee members could uncritically accept the templated Scheisse dished out by Krugman on a weekly basis.

    Comment by MarkJ — June 29, 2009 @ 11:49 pm - June 29, 2009

  3. I hope the NYT employs Krugman to write his columns right up until the moment he falls into his grave because he is a wonderfully potent cautionary tale that graphically illustrates the twisted, reptilian mutations that result from overexposure to the vile, infectious poison of liberalism. To see this, all you have to do is (Step 1) read Krugman’s column about the cap and trade bill passing in the House. Then, (Step 2) remember that Krugman is AN ECONOMIST. Krugman spends 90% of the column seething and ranting about the insanity of the “deniers” and their contemptible “treason against the planet” for refusing to capitulate to the irrefutable, incontrovertible science of global warming. It is not an exaggeration that his tone is of the variety that normal people use to discuss Nazis and child rapists. The ONLY reference Krugman makes to the ECONOMICS of the cap and trade bill is nothing more than another expression of his disgust for anyone who entertains even a scintilla of skepticism about man-made climate change:

    “Given this contempt for hard science, I’m almost reluctant to mention the deniers’ dishonesty on matters economic. But in addition to rejecting climate science, the opponents of the climate bill made a point of misrepresenting the results of studies of the bill’s economic impact, which all suggest that the cost will be relatively low.”

    That’s right. The fact that anyone would commit the unspeakable heresy of doubting the Left’s foundational spiritual doctrine has Krugman in such a convulsive tizzy that this ECONOMIST can barely summon the strength to discuss the ECONOMICS of the “energy bill,” but if he must, this ECONOMIST states the (dare I say, dubious?) conclusion that the cost of cap and trade will be “relatively low.” Krugman, an ECONOMIST, then goes right back to his histrionic ranting about the coming environmental apocalypse.

    This is what liberalism does to people. It causes people to categorically reject the objective certainties and established axioms of their chosen fields in favor of collective, hysterical delusions to the point that their rhetoric becomes virtually indistinguishable from the angry mutterings of the street corner derelicts that we cross the street to avoid. (Side note: try not to pee yourself laughing, but Krugman actually published a book titled, “The Conscience of a Liberal”–and no, shockingly it was NOT pamphlet-sized.) So, to the NYT I say, “GIVE US MORE!!!!!” The best advice you can possibly give to anyone you care about that is dabbling with liberalism is: read Krugman. They’ll start reading his column believing that it contains the wisdom of a Nobel Prize winning economist and once they’ve finished they wouldn’t trust the loon to make change for the parking meter.

    Comment by Sean A — June 30, 2009 @ 12:11 am - June 30, 2009

  4. Cartman Krugman gets an anal probe!

    Climate change zealots are a cult… next thing you know, they’ll be speaking in tongues (like Al Gore).

    My bet is that Krugman lives pretty well – all the creature comforts that accompany wealthy, pious liberals. Krugman is just frustrated that we proles just don’t know our place.

    Comment by SoCalRobert — June 30, 2009 @ 1:05 am - June 30, 2009

  5. If Paulie’s not going to worry about the all the treason committed by liberals on a daily basis against the U.S., why should we care about committing treason against Mother Gaia?

    Comment by RogerCfromSD — June 30, 2009 @ 2:25 am - June 30, 2009

  6. Damn it! Alert Lord Zathorn and tell him the humans are onto us. We may have to postpone the invasion!

    I think Krugman may have seen the movie ‘The Arrival’ a few too many times; the movie where Global Warming was an alien plot to wipe out humanity so they could take over the planet.

    Comment by V the K — June 30, 2009 @ 8:27 am - June 30, 2009

  7. Well bother,

    How am I supposed to get my hot Martian babes and my Banth skin rug past customs if Krugman is watching.

    And are radium pistols covered under the second ammendment?

    Comment by The Livewire — June 30, 2009 @ 8:35 am - June 30, 2009

  8. Please, sir, may I suggest…….


    he may actually




    Comment by heliotrope — June 30, 2009 @ 10:54 am - June 30, 2009

  9. It contiunually astounds me that the MSM thinks that any Nobel laureate is therefor qualified to speak on ANY topic with authority…especially the ones outside of their actual speciality.

    “By having integrated economies of scale into explicit general equilibrium models, Paul Krugman has deepened our understanding of the determinants of trade and the location of economic activity.” – Wikipedia

    And this relates to trade policy how….?

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — June 30, 2009 @ 11:12 am - June 30, 2009

  10. Let’s hope the Martians don’t look to Krugman as a representative of Earthlings. His stupidity would be grounds for a planetary invasion to save us from destructive liberalism.

    Comment by Juju — June 30, 2009 @ 11:27 am - June 30, 2009

  11. Isn’t dissent on global warming the highest form of global patriotism?

    Comment by Rhymes With Right — June 30, 2009 @ 1:19 pm - June 30, 2009

  12. “Treason against the planet”… What a crunchy, nutty phrase that is. Aside from the fact that AGW (Anthropogenic Warming) “science” is mostly junk science, making AGW a myth… isn’t treason something that one commits against a supreme value such as human freedom, God, family or country? I could see Krugman placing his nutty idea of “the planet” above maybe one or two of those things… but all 4?

    Comment by ILoveCapitalism — June 30, 2009 @ 1:40 pm - June 30, 2009

  13. Motto of the Left 2008: “Dissent is the highest form of patriotism.”

    Motto of the Left 2009: “Dissent is the highest form of Terrorism.”

    Comment by V the K — June 30, 2009 @ 1:42 pm - June 30, 2009

  14. #13: Motto of the Left 2009: “Dissent is the highest form of Terrorism.”

    Sooooo true!

    Comment by Juju — June 30, 2009 @ 2:04 pm - June 30, 2009

  15. This is a financial program on CNBC, but kinda relevant because at 6:15 or so, all six guys agree there is no Global Warming – the Earth has been cooling the past ten years – and that Obama’s bill sux ass:

    Their agreement proves nothing of course – you have to go to the science, to prove anything – but it’s nice to see the word is starting to spread!

    Comment by ILoveCapitalism — June 30, 2009 @ 2:19 pm - June 30, 2009

  16. Can we get Krugman on record supporting the death penalty for the 212 Representatives who opposed the climate change bill? Because I personally favor the death penalty for the Times editors who exposed Bush’s warrantless wiretapping efforts.

    Comment by Scott Spiegel — June 30, 2009 @ 2:33 pm - June 30, 2009

  17. Freddie Krugman is just trying to give us nightmares again.

    Comment by Scott Spiegel — June 30, 2009 @ 2:36 pm - June 30, 2009

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