Three Times Interventionists Moved the Goalposts, Part I

Part 1 of 3
One of the most frustrating things in debate is when you decisively win the initial point of contention, only to have your opponent “move the goalpost” to a different claim. To be sure, this is a human failing, not unique to any particular political perspective. I’m sure I myself do this too. But I have certainly noticed it when people use it against me, and so in this series of posts I’ll review three times that interventionists moved the goal posts in a political debate.
Episode #1: Paul Krugman on the 2013 Budget Sequester
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