Thursday, October 09, 2008

That "Guy in Obama's Neighborhood" Is Shopping A Script

Barack Hussein Obama (yes, Virginia, I did use his middle name. Bite me) has famously referred to domestic Weather Underground terrorist and fellow Annenberg Challenge/ Woods (No, not Tiger) Foundation board partner, William Ayers, as "just a guy in my neighborhood."

Well, that guy from Obama's neighborhood is shopping a screenplay, hoping to cash in on his connection to... You guessed it!

Barack Hussein Obama.

That guy who gets bent out of shape if you use his middle name.

A new script about the life of former Weather Underground leader William Ayers is making the rounds in Hollywood, and the co-screenwriter hopes that the recent hubbub surrounding Barack Obama's ties to the Sixties radical will "at least get people interested" in it.

Here's something that might make you go hmmm:

Near the end of the screenplay, Ayers discusses his political activism in a scene with his father and says, "Yeah we did some foolish things. I can't quite imagine putting a bomb in a building today, but the way things are in the world, I can't imagine entirely dismissing the possibility either. What if the government is killing a bunch of innocent people and just won't listen? And knowing now that trying to make a better life can lead to the guillotine, and the gulag, I still can't imagine a fully human world without utopian dreams."


Not living next to a guy who bombed the Pentagon and the US Capitol --and letting him host my first political fundraising party- would be one of my utopian dreams, were I running for president.

When all you've got is a razor thin résumé, your friends and colleagues had better be palatable to the masses, BHO.


Number of days since Donna Brazile promised to leave the party if superdelegates decided the Dem nominee:

Donna has known for a long time now that superdelegates would be necessary for any Dem candidate to win the nomination this year. Ask Donna when she intends to keep her promise.
Don't hold your breath awaiting a reply.

Here's Donna now...

"For the great majority of mankind are satisfied with appearances, as though they were realities, and are often more influenced by the things that seem than by those that are."
-Niccolo Machiavelli (1469-1527)

Best bar bet in the world: Delilah didn't do it.
Judges 16:19-- and and


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