Washington (IWR Satire) - Federal
Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan today put the blame for the U.S.
recession squarely on the shoulders of New York Times columnist
"The blame for the current recession that began in
2001 should not be placed on the failed policies of the Bush
Administration. Instead, that dubious honor should go to that
liberal economist Paul Krugman and his bad attitude.
In fact, we should refer to this sluggish period as the Krugman
Recession," Greenspan said in remarks during an appearance before a
Senate panel as part of his twice-a-year report to Congress on