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Posted on 10/19/2005 5:19:50 PM PDT by NotchJohnson
COMMANDER IN CHIEF
Many listeners have phoned the show to ask me if the new television show which features Geena Davis playing the role of a female president is an overt attempt to promote the candidacy of Hillary Clinton. Up until now I've said that while the show will certainly help the American people accept the idea of a female president, I didn't really think that was the design or intention. Well ... now we have more information. Now we learn that the creator of the program has said that he will take credit by claiming that the show helped if Hillary is elected.
On the program Geena Davis makes references to Hillary. One of the show's writers is Steve Cohen. Cohen was Hillary's communications director when she was First Lady. Hillary's social secretary is also a special advisor to the program. So .. my answer now is "yes." "Commander in Chief" is and was designed to be a prime-time promotion of the candidacy of Hillary Clinton for president of the United States.
any credits for Ol' Crusty?
"I am amazed no one has noticed how uncritically everyone accepts the idea that this show will fundamentally affect and shift the opinion and beliefs of the American public in favor of a female president. Yet, when anyone objects to the raw sexual innuendo, pornography, crude language, violence, pro-gay agenda on TV, in the movies, music, and media - the claim is that it doesn't affect anyone, it's JUST entertainment....it has no affect and you can't censor it."
Great analysis. Can't think of truer words.
depends on the ratings.
Did they turn Geena Davis's legs into cankle's like Hillary's?
"The Republicans should demand equal time."
That's what I'm thinking!
But .. over on NBC we have Benjamin Bratt in E-Ring.
It's pretty good. So far, it's been a total slam against the liberal way of thinking .. and a good dose of America first; including a total liberal jackass - which Bratt constantly destroys.
HILLARY'S COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF PROBLEM
(see descriptor morphs)
RHINO="Republican? HA! In Name Only!" He said it right. That's the way it was always used for a few years. Somewhere along the line, everybody just suddenly dropped the 'R', for some reason.
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