Monday, November 28, 2005

Bunch of Commies!

Nobody wants to work for this guy!


Blogger RaginCajun said...

As a working economist, I can assure you that we're not commies, but a bunch of self-seeking, selfish whores. Moreover, academics are particularly risk averse. That's how they got to be academics. The old law school saw holds doubly true in economics: the A students become professors, and the B students work for the C students. My life sucks: I was a B student. But enough about me...

Academics were happy to work for the shrub when his juju was up. Now that it's down, that they won't work for him is just a manifestation that they are only seeking their self interest. Whores yes, commies no. I guess it would be nice if there were a few good commies left.

9:28 PM  
Blogger George W. Bush said...

Yes, I know, I was only being facetious. I completely agree.

8:03 AM  
Blogger sexyretard said...

Of course, someone can very well agree with an economic theory (ie the benefit of low taxes) without wanting to ally one's self with Mr Bush.

Mr Bush lacks los huevos necesarios to be President, or to be a good leader, for that matter. I think this is why these spots are vacant, rather than any kind of ideological matter. You're bound to find some conservative economists out there.

8:25 AM  
Blogger Germanicu$ said...

Now that Mankiw is out of the Economic Advisors Red Hat Club (or Skull 'n' Bones 'n' Tax Cuts, or whatever Bush's little team of sycophantic economists is called), I think shock-jock radio personality MANCOW should take his place.

I also can't help but notice that Bush hasn't given Alan Keyes a job. Maybe he's still sore from the 2000 debates.

8:47 AM  

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