Making it in the pages of the wildly popular business comic “Dilbert” is either a sign you have arrived or it is a sign that you are as transparently ridiculous as a pointy-haired boss.
In the case of wild-eyed New York Times columnist Paul Krugman, the latter is clearly what’s happened.
One wonders what the Nobel laureate thought this morning when he saw the following strip from Scott Adams, the creator of the comic strip:
Paul Krugman is now both literally and figuratively a cartoon.
Here are some of the more ridiculous stories featuring Krugman just in the past few months: