Letter: Krugman backs less work, money


Paul Krugman of The New York Times has taken leave of his senses. In his Monday op-ed "Health, work, lies," he states that the two million-plus decline in the number of full-time workers due to Obamacare is a good thing because now people will not be tied to their jobs because they can get subsidized (taxpayer funded) health care.

So less work and less income are good things because the government will pay your health care. What a great incentive to work and generate a better life for yourself!

Paul Krugman would call the Great Depression of the 1930s uplifting and liberating.




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