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I’d have to say that Krugman puts it perfectly:

It seems that some years ago Malaysia’s ruling party took a good look at leading pundits and policy intellectuals in the conservative movement, reached a judgment about their personal and intellectual integrity or lack thereof, and acted in accordance with that judgment.

Funny how Malaysia gets who these people are and what motivates them — while our own press corps doesn’t.

Which isn’t to say that the Malaysian government was being entirely rational; as Ailes says, “Given that nobody takes Trevino seriously, it seems the Malaysian government overpaid by roughly $389,724.40.”

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