John Cole combats Krugman:

There needs to be some form of one of the corollaries to Godwin’s Law that applies to the word treason, in that anyone who accuses someone of treason for non-treasonous behavior automatically loses the argument. Yes, the climate change deniers are, in my opinion, wrong, and yes, they are making all sorts of ridiculous arguments, but after the last eight years, can everyone just knock it off with the accusations of treason?

Krugman has company. How do we apply this law when both sides of the debate accuse the other side of treason? They can't both "lose automatically."

--PA

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