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  • SCHLUSSEL: Commanderatrix in Chief: Desperate Housewives Pick Chick Prez

    09/29/2005 9:57:34 AM PDT · by Cool Chick · 56 replies · 2,044+ views
    DebbieSchlussel.com ^ | September 29, 2005 | Debbie Schlussel
    Everything is wrong with ABC's new show, "Commander in Chief." It's not just that the show about the first female President is a weekly hour-long campaign commercial for Hillary Clinton. It's not just that conservatives are mean and evil on this propaganda hour. It's that this is what a female President will be like as brought to you by Oprah and the women of "Desperate Housewives"--and the legions of female fans who love them. Do you want them picking the leader of the free world? I don't. Here's why. Every presidential election year, Harvard's Shorenstein Center conducts 26 polls. Each...
  • Why ABC's "Commander-in-Chief" is a Condi Rice clone

    09/28/2005 10:07:27 PM PDT · by Mia T · 122 replies · 5,785+ views
    ABC | 8.28.05 | Mia T
    Why ABC's "Commander-in-Chief" is a Condi Rice clone   by Mia T, 9.28.05         ommander-in-Chief" Mackenzie Allen is a carefully crafted Condi-Rice clone. She is not hillary clinton. Indeed, she is specifically antihillary. This can mean only one thing: hillary clinton and her agitprop machine have determined that missus clinton, the construct, is unelectable. Because ABC is part of the permanent clinton agitprop, because the "Commander-in Chief" head writer is a veteran of clinton campaigns and hillary's press office, because the show has been perfectly positioned to desensitize the electorate to the notion of a woman...
  • "Commander In Chief: Hillary's Infomercial (Conservative Bashing Hour Barf Alert)

    09/28/2005 3:29:04 AM PDT · by goldstategop · 82 replies · 2,917+ views
    Frontpagemag.com ^ | 09/28/05 | Ben Johnson
    THE HILLARY CLINTON ’08 CAMPAIGN AIRED ITS FIRST, HOUR-LONG COMMERCIAL last night. Unfortunately, it came masked as a primetime network TV series. ABC’s “Commander-in-Chief” stars Geena Davis as the first female president. Recognizing obvious parallels with Hillary Clinton’s presidential ambitions, its creator, stars, and assistants – not a single Republican amongst them – carefully distanced themselves from the notion their new program would promote either Hillary proper or left-wing politics in general. “We're going to deal with East Wing stuff, residential stuff,” series creator Rod Lurie told The Hollywood Reporter. “We don't want to be caught on the Left side...
  • THE "COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF" AIN'T HILLARY

    09/27/2005 10:17:41 PM PDT · by Mia T · 54 replies · 4,193+ views
    Commander-in-Chief (ABC) | 9.28.05 | Mia T
    THE "COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF" AIN'T HILLARY by Mia T, 9.27.05       ecause ABC is part of the permanent clinton agitprop, because the show's head writer is a veteran of clinton campaigns and hillary's press office, because the show is perfectly timed to sufficiently desensitize the electorate by 2008 to the notion of a woman president, because of all of these things, one would not have expected "Commander-in-Chief "Mackenzie Allen to be modeled after... Condoleezza Rice. But she is. President Allen is idealistic, is accomplished in her own right, does not crave power, has a nonpartisan streak, is an intellectual,...
  • Tuning in Mrs. President

    09/27/2005 5:41:23 AM PDT · by Rockitz · 54 replies · 1,227+ views
    The Boston Globe ^ | September 27, 2005 | Jenna Russell
    As political milestones go, it doesn't look like anything to drop confetti over: Tonight, actress Geena Davis will become the first woman to play the president of the United States on television, in the ABC premiere of the drama ''Commander in Chief." But to many women in politics, some of whom admit to being ravenous for progress, a fictional president is plenty of reason to celebrate. SNIP Rumors have swirled around the show, with some conspiracy theorists in Internet chat rooms convinced it is part of a liberal Hollywood plot to help Clinton win the presidency in 2008.