Looks like he just might have. Despite my contacts in the GOP, I have only heard rumors about this supposed conspiracy, yet no proof, not even a scrap of hard evidence. I had thought that if this conspiracy did indeed exist, it was only among the far right extremists on our side of the aisle, the real loons, those so eager to bring down Obama that they would praise the leaders of our mortal enemies, you know I mean, the Martians who have only begun to make contact with us.
I’d heard about these GOP dead-enders, eager to help the Martians effect their planned conquest of our planet, perhaps just to bring down Obama or perhaps to protect themselves and their families when the extra-terrestials take over, assuming we could not resist their invasion. Until today, I had thought that the talk of the conspiracy was attempts by the White House-MSM axis to smear Republicans as extremists.
But, maybe Paul Krugman knows something I don’t know. Why else would he accuse Republican opponents of the Waxman-Markey bill of committing treason against the planet?
I mean, treason against the planet does suggest helping an extra-planetary force. And that points to the Martians.
Well, if he’s going to accuse the GOP of treason, he needs provide the evidence, of the actual conspiracy itself and of Republican contacts with Martian officials. We can’t let him get him with this subliminal system of messaging, hinting at the extra-terrestial conspiracy just to keep it in people’s minds so that they assume that Republicans prefer to cooperate with aliens than to work with the President and his party. Even in the darkest of times, Americans just won’t vote for a political party which allies itself with those little green men.
So, Mr. Krugman, now that we know you’re aware of the conspiracy, show us the evidence.