|Oscar Wildcat - 2011-05-22 |
Really, this kind of rant requires the full Shatner. Nothing less.
No, Lithgow pulled off a comic seriousness and over the top dramatics that Shatner would have been too busy mugging to get right.
Lithgow was the proper choice for this.
Or perhaps Donald Pleasance.
Comparing their 20,000 Feet performances, Lithgow is definitely the better choice for an insane screechy Republican.
|jangbones - 2011-05-22 |
an actual, semi-serious presidential candidate released this statement
this is going to be one of the most entertaining primaries and campaigns in American history
|Bootymarch - 2011-05-22 |
Does this speech have anything to do with anything?
Newt, your most prominent moment in American politics was when you were spearheading impeachment charges against a president for not doing anything actually illegal, and subsequently being found to have been having a years-long affair.
FUCK YOU (this was great, though)
|phalsebob - 2011-05-22 |
That release was written by a 14 year old with an alcoholic Republican dad, right?
|Knuckles - 2011-05-22 |
It really sort of makes sense. Gingrich wants the world to return to the 19th century, so he writes like a politician from the gilded age.
The jawbone of an ass, however, is distinctly conservative.
|memedumpster - 2011-05-22 |
It's not my goddamned president. Understand, monkey boy?
|boner - 2011-05-22 |
that was really fucking florid.
|GravidWithHate - 2011-05-22 |
U! S! A! U! S! A! U! S! A!
This may be the only time I've ever been sure that was chanted ironically.
|baleen - 2011-05-23 |
Newt really wishes he were a bad sci fi writer from the 70s.
Why wish when he can be a bad sci-fi writer from the 90s?
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