Heh. President Obama touted The New York Times’ Paul Krugman as “one of the smartest economic reporters out there‘ not too long ago. That’s not really surprising. It’s no wonder he thinks Krugman is smart; Math is hard! Math, and reality, are also hard for Mr. Krugman.

Twitter users, unlike the president, don’t squee over the absurd Krugman. And the response to his “This Week” appearance this morning was no different.

The oh-so-classy Krugman attempted to slam Sen. DeMint by making a “joke” about DeMint’s new gig at The Heritage Foundation.


The always ridiculous Krugman then prattled on, relentlessly letting his idiocy show. Bless his heart.




Well faced, Mary! Of course, she could have been looking aghast at his tie.

He lacks common sense and fashion sense. Double fail, Krugman!

  • irishgirl91

    Apart from my opposition to almost everything he says, I truly believe there is something wrong with that man. Like REALLY wrong with him.

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/44F4AB4VSCTOCHBMBG4ZWWD5OU Laurel

      I was thinking the exact same thing.

    • G.

      Sort if like RFK jr saying that the extreme right has the media in its pocket and Fox news has caused civil division??? Liberalism is, indeed, a disease of the brain.

  • Lord Foggybottom

    I’m not worried about Krugman, I’m worried about the people who buy his bullshit.

  • Steve_J

    Krugman’s claim to fame seems to be the Nobel Prize he was awarded. However, so were Obama, for doing nothing and Arafat also for no good reason.

    • Carathon

      don’t forget Al Gore.

  • Carathon

    I wouldn’t say Krugman is an idiot. But I will say with confidence that he is a waste of time. He invests his intellect into the sole purpose of promoting his liberal ideology. It must be exhausting to be so close-minded.

  • tsluf273

    Just another reminder that Krugman served as an adviser for Enron.

  • ember

    Nobel Prize = flaming, raging idiot award

    Not the ‘prize’ it used to be.

  • ember

    Nobel Prize = flaming, raging idiot award

    Not the ‘prize’ it used to be.