Wednesday, June 29, 2011

When economists go bad

James Bowman makes several shrewd observations in this piece at The American Spectator, but the thing that really grabbed my attention was this comment about Paul Krugman, one of the loudest haranguers in the NYT's liberal revival tent:
[Krugman is] one of three men to have won Nobel Prizes, the other two being Jimmy Carter and Al Gore, for not being George W. Bush -- which would seem to be a greater distinction for President Bush than it is for any of them.

1 comment:

RebeccaH said...

Hah! I never thought of it that way!