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September 17, 2009



The line about writing "something where every word was literally wrong" also applies to this NR column by Larry Kudlow, "Bush Boom Continues", written at the very peak of the Dow: http://corner.nationalreview.com/post/?q=NmZlZjlhYTFjYTQ2YWViZmE3MmUzNWQzODE3NDhhNTQ=


"I therefore invoke the Luskin-is-always-wrong rule of economic forecasting"

This would not make his the stupidest man alive; it would in fact make it possible to forecast with 100% accuracy on the basis of his pronouncements.

Luskin's stupidity is more along the lines of 100 monkeys at 100 keyboards, producing economic forecasts.

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