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Paul Krugman points to the disconnectiveness of Mitt Romney's 'self-important' supporters
"The superrich may imagine that their wealth makes the world go round," writes NYTimes award-winning columnist Paul Krugman, "but history says otherwise."
That summarizes Krugman's view of the Mitt Romney supporters who arrive at a fundraiser asking where the VIP entrance is, because, they claim, "We are VIP." He suggests that they are VIP in their own minds only, and more importantly they are badly mistaken in believing that lower taxes for the ultra-wealthy will help our nation's economy. Visit here for this must-read column.