Ben Stein is off his rocker in dissing unemployed

Ben Stein

is losing it. At 65, the economist, actor, writer and funny guy is either having a senior moment and forgot to think before writing in The American Spectator about the unemployed, or as a millionaire with homes in Beverly Hills and Malibu is so far removed from reality that he hasn't met a long-term unemployed person and has no idea what it's like to be out of a job for two years.

Here's what Stein wrote: "The people who have been laid off and cannot find work are generally people with poor work habits and poor personalities."