Whenever hillary is on the tv, I prefer a poor signal over HD.
What kind of man would vote for Hillary Clinton?
“What early success the show enjoyed, Lurie believes, was based in emphasizing the strength of its main character. Davis, as President Allen, immediately established her national security bona fides in the shows title and script. We were trying to eliminate the concerns about a female president right off the bat, Lurie recalls.”
In my universe, a fictional female president of a television show doesn’t convince me that a female president is just okey-dokey (as the Hildabeast is known to say).
All of them are nuts. Flipping nuts!
Ugh—Rush talking now about the next season of 24...a woman president! Is this a network setup for Herself? Rush asks—will this president show cleavage?
I think the answer is that women either adore her or hate her and she them. Also look at how she treats her enemies - this is how she will treat men and anyone who crosses her.
"Show me just what Mohammed brought that was new, and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached." - Manuel II Palelologus
what a bunch of morons...the shows failed and CBS news is failing because of the characters. Commander in Chief wasn’t believable and Couric should have stayed on morning tv. If they had run with a Condaleeza Rice type commander in Chief....I think the public would have bought into it. Hillary’s failure will have everything to do with Hillary...nothing else.
At least he is honest about it. Most blatant propaganda attempts by the liberal TV producers are denied.
So does this mean a “fairness doctrine” would’ve required the network to offer a second series where Ann Coulter became president?
To Clintons benefit, her demeanor may be closer in character to Close than Davis.Actually, I think Clinton's demeanor is closer to that of Krusty the Clown.
I would vote for a good, strong, intelligent, credible woman for President. That woman however is NOT hillleree.
I only happened to pay special attention to that because it was opposite my favorite TV show, "House," and it would infuriate me to see media outlets like "Entertainment Weekly" put "CIC" on the cover while trying to bury "House." One year, Hugh Laurie won the Golden Globe as Best Actor on TV (voted by foreign journalists who weren't in on the "elect Hillary" conspiracy), yet EW's Entertainers of the Year issue lauded Geena Davis and didn't even mention Hugh. It was only after "CIC" was finally cancelled that they even began to put "House" into their weekly TV listings.
Of course, quality eventually won out. "House" is now the #1-rated scripted show on TV, and "CIC" is but a bad memory. It gave me hope that there actually are limits to the brainwashing abilities of today's mass media (Al Gore's 2000 vote total notwithstanding), and that maybe we Great Hairy Unwashed in flyover country aren't as gullible as the Bi-coasters think we are.
That's ridiculous. The Glenn Close role they're talking about was in Air Force One, and she played the Veep -- who was effectively acting as President -- as cool, competent, loyal and principled. Nothing like Hillary.
I flipped through the boob tube and caught that guy Carlos Mencia on Comedy Central doing his “Man In The Street” thing, where he asks people questions.
He must have asked 10 or 12 women if they’d vote for a woman for POTUS and he was astonished that they all said NO! He couldn’t find any women to answer the way he thought they should. He made a sexist joke about it and moved on.
You mean this hasn't been their plan since "Dr. Quinn: Medicine Woman" and "Murder, She Wrote"?