I’m no expert on American politics, but I do know something about holes.
To simply say that government is not the answer, he adds, “when we are essentially fighting four wars — Iraq, Afghanistan, the Great Recession and the retooling of the American economy” — is ludicrous. Smart government needs to be the leader or silent partner in all of these projects.So Exxon and Blackwater could decide where to invade and manage the on-the-ground operations, while the government stuck to its core competencies of diplomacy and legal niceties?
Who can forget Friedman's classic 'when you are in three holes' metaphor? The man is a national treasure.
This is also the man who wrote an entire book called The World is Flat.
I don't know shit, but I sure can take a dump.
Friedman probably to pay a lot of money to discover he could be in three holes at once, ifyaknowhaddimean.But in all seriousness, DOES THE NEW YORK TIMES HAVE EDITORS?!?
*had to pay. speaking of editors, etc.
I did a quick Control-F search and didn't see any reference to Johns Hopkins know-it-all Mandelbaum. So this column is an improvement over all previous columns.
<>In poker, that little gem would be called a "tell."
Ugh.This gem:"...Globalization has also weakened the Democrats’ blue-collar/union base, but the Democrats have absorbed a new constituency created by globalization — what Goldberg calls the “ ‘Newocracy’ — which combines the multinational corporate manager, the technology entrepreneur and engineer, and the aspirational members of the meritocracy"..."
The Newocracy. Does the Newocracy communicate only via Newspeak?
"The bond market will make sure of that." Fuck me, so why is this so-called political divide relevant again? Is Frieds a political K-Hole, or something?
Well done, Brian M. A clumsy word by the MoU, but still quite the tell.
I'm no expert on garden sheds, but I do know something about tools.
@Brian M. - "Looks like meat, tastes like meat, isn't meat at all. Doubleplusgood I say."
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