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For Once, I Hope Paul Krugman Is Right

TooTired Wrote: Aug 26, 2012 7:22 AM
OK, I've been doing this job a few years now. Obviously many of our clients are living on very little money, but there are more than a few who are not. I've seen a woman claiming to be living on almost nothing who came in better dressed than anyone, including the caseworkers, and pushing a deluxe baby carriage bigger than some small cars. I've seen clients buy houses worth $180,000 or more, and I have never been able to figure out how they did this. I'm not envious of them--I'm perfectly content with what I have--but it makes me very angry to see the widespread abuse and fraud committed who are not living in anything like poverty.

It’s not often that I read something by Paul Krugman and think, “Good point, I hope he’s correct.”

After all, I had to correct Krugman’s inaccurate analysis of Estonia, and also point out the errors in what he wrote about the United Kingdom. And I also noted mistakes he made when writing about Canada and France.

And let’s not forget his absurd...