Megan McArdle proudly announces that she wasn't nearly as wrong as everyone thought she was. (This is still to be determined, of course.) We're happy for her if true, but since the issue was McArdle's ignorance of the health insurance industry while advocating for it, we're not too happy. The self-described economics expert didn't know health insurance was rising and didn't think she had to look it up. She often makes factual errors, many of which are overlooked, and of course draws correspondingly incorrect conclusions which she passes on to her readers. Correcting McArdle's mistakes is a full-time job. As we well know.
Well, we warned them. We told them that they were destroying their future (and ours, by the way) and they'd be sorry some day. Everything has consequences, which is why our actions are so important. There are some mistakes that can't be fixed.