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Godfather IV: Fredo’s Revenge

This could be better, but it’s amusing.

Actually, the Wolfowitz story actually did remind me of Godfather III. The Europeans on the World Bank Board sounded like the vipers and jackals from Immobiliare and — except for the murderous crime boss part (though not according to the netroots) — Wolfowitz seemed like the naive ingenue unaware that the Europeans were still capable of behaving like Borgias. Fortunately, it never went so far as to have someone stab Hans-Gert Poettering in the eye with the stem of his own glasses.

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