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James Bowman crisply exposes Kinsley and Krugman for what they are: agnostic zealots who use all means possible to advance their war against the values represented by George Bush. In doing so they consistently — and laughably — overplay their hand.
K&K’s brand of logic does not follow the most basic rules, as Bowman points out. Because their arguments do not hold water, they must break rules by plugging the holes with clever deceptions. In the current examples, K&K lie about what constitutes a lie in order to make their point. Unfortunately, this technique fools most of the democrats most of the time.p>As usual, Mr. Bowman’s review of the same old crap rates two stars. br> — Robert Martins br> Alexandria, Virginia /p> p> LIVERMORE LABORATORY br> I enjoyed the comments in ” New Notes on the Trading Life ” by Lawrence Henry, published 11/5/2003 in