World Wrestling Federation, economics version:
The very same day that Krugman comes up with
The real news is the growing evidence that the political theory behind the Bush tax cuts was as wrong as the economic theory.
Kudlow points out,
Let me guess: The Bush-bashing New York Times just won’t get honest about America’s economic health and the merits of Bush policies that led to such strong performance. Even more, the Paul Krugman-influenced Times refuses to concede the economic growth power of lower marginal tax-rate incentives.
These have got to be angst-filled days over at the Times. It’s turning out Mr. Bush has been just as right on the economy as on the spread of freedom and democracy in the Middle East.
The mainstream media and their allies in the conventional-thinking punditocracy are heavily invested in Mr. Bush’s failure. You have to wonder how much more Bush success they can handle before they implode or, even better, change their tune. After all, on peace and prosperity, hasn’t Mr. Bush been right?
Once again, Kudlow wins.