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► Paul Krugman yucking it up with a war criminal.  I'm surprised Krugman didn't take the opportunity apprehend Bush by invoking a citizen's arrest.

► Just who is the shadowy Princeton University-Ivory Tower Professor and Don of Enron?  Let's take a look.

                           

► What buddies!  Well, that shouldn't be surprising considering Krugman worked in the Reagan Administration.  Yes, that Reagan -- Mr. Supply Side.

                           

► Krugman dressed in white-tie and tails and accompanied by a princess wearing a Tiara.  Wow!  Paul's a real populist.

► Blofeld-ian evil genius.

                           

► Speaking of evil, here's Krugman at the side of the former Chairman of  evil... gulp... Goldman Sachs.  Clearly, Krugman has no moral compass.

► Swilling his white wine while his followers settle for generic suds.

                           

► Creating tomorrow's monsters masters of the universe from his ivory tower perch.  Yes, Krugman does not teach at a state school.  No, he works for the super-elite Princeton University, where tuition costs (holy shit) $$$34,000 per year.  A golden dowry, indeed.

                           

► It is at Princeton where Krugman became GREAT friends with Ben Bernake (who served as the university's economics chairman).

                           

► Shadowy figure.

Dear Leader's omnipotent presence.

                           

► His followers distributing Scientology-like leaflets.

                           

► Conducting mass for his worshipers.

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Originally posted to Al Rodgers on Mon Apr 13, 2009 at 06:45 PM PDT.

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