The Krugman truth squad enlists Rocket Man

We’ve been posting the findings of Donald Luskin’s excellent Paul Krugman truth squad for a while now. In today’s installment, from National Review Online, Luskin draws the eerie comparison between Krugman’s ravings and horrifying descent of John Nash into madness, as portrayed in the move A Beautiful Mind. Rocket Man anticipated this sort of comparison months ago, when he debunked one of Krugman’s conspiracy theories. So it is fitting that Luskin, in making his comparison, cites Rocket Man’s debunking of a BBC story about the British intelligence dossier on Saddam Hussein, upon which Krugman relies to support his latest Nash-like conspiracy theory.

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