Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Imagine the movies used to brainwash Nazis!~

Leni Riefenstahl made movies to demonstrate for    Herr Hitler the super aryan race...
now the republiconazis used this totally unrelated    movie clip to instill the congressmen into destroying our government as Nazis did when they                         had the Reichstag building destroyed in a similar fashion to the Two Towers!

"In a conference meeting on Tuesday, House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) showed a scene from the film in which Doug MacRay, a bank robber played by Ben Affleck, asks his friend to participate in a violent revenge attack. It was an odd note to sound during a debt ceiling debate -- and more than that, it was an unusual way of fostering unity among the ranks.

On Wednesday, Affleck -- who wrote and directed "The Town" -- said that he too found the whole scenario a touch bizarre. And in a statement his spokesperson provided to The Huffington Post, he suggested that Republicans use a different one of his movies next time they need to whip votes. "
Boehner and Mconnel need pies in their face    the way Rupert Murdoch had a pie in his face!

and speaking of good movies!  "Lord Of the Rings"
Have you heard that Frodo failied and the neocons have the ring?
" In speaking out on the matter on the Senate floor on Wednesday, McCain read from a Wall Street Journal editorial offering a critical assessment of how some members of the Republican party have approached the pressing fiscal issue. Here's an excerpt of the piece concerning Angle:
The idea seems to be that if the House GOP refuses to raise the debt ceiling, a default crisis or gradual government shutdown will ensue, and the public will turn en masse against . . . Barack Obama. The Republican House that failed to raise the debt ceiling would somehow escape all blame. Then Democrats would have no choice but to pass a balanced-budget amendment and reform entitlements, and the tea-party Hobbits could return to Middle Earth having defeated Mordor.

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