RedState co-founder Josh Trevino has noticed the following: back in January, Paul Krugman was one of many drooling idiot leftists devoid of any moral compass who tried to pin the shooting of Gabrielle Giffords on a lack of Republican civility. Even though, by the time Krugman's column ran, it was clear that Giffords' shooter was a mentally disturbed individual whose assassination plot was not motivated by coherent political theory of any stripe, Krugman was not about to let facts get in the way of a good partisan narrative:
It’s true that the shooter in Arizona appears to have been mentally troubled. But that doesn’t mean that his act can or should be treated as an isolated event, having nothing to do with the national climate.
Yes, Krugman claimed, without any appreciable sense of shame, that a man who was seriously mentally ill was merely a symptom of - no kidding - "toxic rhetoric." Well, three whole months have passed since Krugman peddled this tripe and apparently, Krugman's sense of shame hasn't become any more well-developed. Now he's got a piece out on Paul Ryan's deficit reduction plan. The title - the TITLE - of this piece? Let's Not be Civil.
According to Paul Krugman, Paul Krugman has just called for the assassination of Paul Ryan.