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Posted at 12:31 PM ET, 11/24/2010

Lunch Break

By Ezra Klein

There will be blood -- in 60 seconds, and 16 bits:

Super There Will Be Blood from Tomfoolery Pictures on Vimeo.

By Ezra Klein  | November 24, 2010; 12:31 PM ET
 
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Krugman is a moron.

Keynesian 'theories' have largely been discredited. After 8 years of 'em the unemployement rates remained at 17% during FDRs administration. It did nothing other than create debt and more problems.

Europe and the rest of the world pulled out of the depression years before the US because of these stupid, stupid policies.

Don't let "Chicken Little" Krugman fool you.

Posted by: WrongfulDeath | November 24, 2010 1:08 PM | Report abuse

Why is it so hard to find @ezraklein blog in a Google search... and why is the #1 related search "Ezra Klein girlfriend": http://ow.ly/3f5iv

And why is someone commenting on Krugman on a "There will be Blood" video post?!?1

Posted by: chrisgaun | November 24, 2010 2:41 PM | Report abuse

Never mind on the There will be Blood/Krugman connection - just saw the article.

Still can't figure out why Google makes it impossible to find this blog when using internet explorer though.

Posted by: chrisgaun | November 24, 2010 10:11 PM | Report abuse

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