So I got fooled once by David Henderson's post where I thought he was going to say that everybody agrees that the question is about the role of labor supply incentives in the ultimate impact of UI on unemployment.
Shame on him, so the saying goes... but I'm not sure that's entirely fair - so let's say maybe shame on me for expecting that.
Now I see a post from Russ Roberts titled simply "Paul Krugman is not a hypocrite".
FANTASTIC!, I honestly thought.
We are making progress!
We are not making outrageous personal attacks and we're going to talk about economics, even if we disagree very strongly about the scientific reasonableness of a claim!
Well this is fool me twice, so it's definitely "shame on me" at this point.