Not a talent

a modus operandi.

Krugman On Morning Joe: How Many Times Do I Have To Be Right?

By Susie Madrak, Crooks and Liars

January 28, 2013 10:00 AM

“Have you been living in the same country I’m in these past five years?” Krugman retorted, saying the deficit is far down on his list of things to worry about.

In response, Mika gasped and said, “I feel like we’re talking about climate change! My God!” (What a dope.) Krugman said that was a destructive comparison, and explained why. But I doubt she listened.*

I especially liked it when he responded to Joe Scarborough: “How many times do people like these have to be wrong and people like me have to be right?”

Remember, Paul: Ignorance can be fixed. Stupidity is forever.

This is what lambert strether calls a “category error.”  They are not stupid.

My brother sent me a postcard the other day with this big sattelite photo of the entire earth on it. On the back it said: ‘Wish you were here.’ — Steven Wright

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