Liberal Writer: Political CULTS OF PERSONALITY Are a REPUBLICAN THING
In his new column at the New York Times, progressive columnist and professional Obama worshiper Paul Krugman claims that cults of personality are more likely to form around Republicans. Is he kidding?
I know, now I’m supposed to be evenhanded, and point out equivalent figures on the Democratic side. But there really aren’t any; in modern America, cults of personality built around undeserving politicians seem to be a Republican thing.
True, some liberals were starry-eyed about Mr. Obama way back when, but the glitter faded fast, and what was left was a competent leader with some big achievements under his belt – most notably, an unprecedented drop in the number of Americans without health insurance. And Hillary Clinton is the subject of a sort of anti-cult of personality, whose most ordinary actions are portrayed as nefarious. (No, the email thing doesn’t rise to the level of a “scandal.”)
Perhaps Mr. Krugman could explain this:
MMM…MMM…MMM…Barack Hussein Obama
Maybe Paul Krugman can get back to us when school children start singing songs about Republicans.
Read more on this at Breitbart.