Paul Krugman writes in the New York Times: Oh! What A Lovely War! From HP, Krugman states: In response the WaPo published: No, Mr. Krugman … War is NOT Good for the Economy Oh, I don't know, maybe the next time a thread is shut down [and a poster accused of 'misrepresentation' of Herr Krugman and his moronic ideas about the economic upside to murdering of women and children] perhaps dig a bit deeper? Particularly when another thread is quickly opened on the same topic. No one is accusing Krugman of pandering to and seeking to curry favor among the Warmongering politically elite - it's just a coincidence they benefit from his tripe regarding murder being good for the economy. Yes, I'm sure Nobel Prize winning Krugman wouldn't have ever thought that his blathering about the virtues of Murder Inc would NEVER in any way, shape or form influence our perpetual never ending War-State, said, Murder Inc. OR, maybe the WaPo was just 'misrepresenting' Paul Krugman - the Gods only know WaPo is such a Progressive Liberal rag. And here's Forbes: No, Paul Krugman, WWII Did Not End The Great Depression Note: It's a pretty sad day when you see White Knighting for Paul *War Is Good for the Economy* Krugman.