About a month ago I saw this really cool movie about Abraham Lincoln and the little known facts concerning his vampire hunting. American history has always had an appeal with me, any new material unearthed about our famous fore fathers, well, pile my plate high. Obviously when his mother succumbed to a vampire bite, naturally I could see why he wanted to kick some serious vampire butt, preserving the union and freeing the slaves came a distant second and third to his real passion.
NBC is working on another opus magnum, equally diligent in chronicling a great life and presenting it to the masses, somehow I think this work of art will be as historically accurate as an ax swinging vampire killing president;
A Hillary Rodham Clinton miniseries timed to precede the 2016 presidential election is part of NBC’s effort to create “event” programming that will draw viewers to the shrinking world of broadcast network TV, NBC’s programming chief said Saturday.
Let me translate that for you ,”Not resting on our laurels from that magnificent smear job we did on Palin last go around, we figured our anointed could use another helping hand. Targeting the all too essential (and all too numerous) low information voter, the ones that haven’t a clue between fact or fiction, we will be highlighting her many accomplishments (even if we have to embellish their importance) because really, who else are we going to support?”
If you think this reach around is going to be anywhere within the same zip code as honesty, take a look at who they have as playing Hillary, what, Kate Upton was off on a photo shoot and unavailable? Would not this woman be more accurate?
I was thinking about that time she said she came under sniper fire in Bosnia and how the GOP could use that for ammo, come to find out that she is pretty bad ass under fire.
The triumvirate (Hollywood, the MSM, academia) presents a tsunami of support every election and the GOP is usually a day late and a dollar short. But I see they have started campaigning early, and who’d a thought, they are not above idle threats;
Here’s ten, just make it go away.