ABC aired Air Force One last night. I've seen the 2nd half of the film a couple of times, but until last night, never from the opening credits. The revelation struck like a bolt of lightning during Harrison Ford's "off-script we will no longer sit on our hands" speech in the opening scenes. MY GAWD!! Did Bush take his cue from this film?<br><br><br><br>
And there are some parts of Rambo; First Blood, Die Hard Two, Casablanca and FailSafe that explain George W Bush's actions of late. <br><br>Thank you for pointing out what a freaking multi-personality psycho we have running our country.<br><br><br><br><br> (__*__)
Well Steve I'd like to believe you...<br><br>we know GW doesn't read newspapers..<br><br>but does he watch movies ?? <br><br>and if he does, does he understand them?<br><br><br>BTW - are they making a movie of "My Pet Goat" ? <br><br>David (OFI)<br>
I've noted it too, <br>not only parts & lines from movies,<br>but tableaus and scenes from history.<br>The messed up part is that it absolutely <br>doesn't make a difference who they are, or<br>what side they're on. It's messed up! They may<br>be strategies from Napoleon or speeches by "LittleJoe" <br>Goerbals. Barely disguised one liners from every president<br>from Teddy Roosevelt to Dear Old Dad! He's just one huge<br>amalgamated conglomerate of everybody and anybody else.<br><br>And I really don't think it's "him" at all! I see it as Carl Rove living<br>his chincy, miserable, scoffed-at life through other people. Weird, huh?<br><br>OK, Picture this:<br>A game where there are thousands of "One-Liners" printed on tiles like in<br>SCRABBLE. They're tossed in a bag and shaken up, and you get to grab as<br>many tiles as your hand can grasp. The object of the game is to then arrange <br>them in some semblance of sentences and paragraphs, and then roll them into a <br>speech in order to convince the audience that you not only know what you're talking <br>about, ......but you also have to convince them to follow you, in order to win the game.<br><br>
He got one thing right from the Scrabble Board of past History <br><br>“Naturally the common people don’t want war. But after all, it is the<br>leaders of a country who determine the policy, and it’s always a<br>simple matter to drag people along whether it is a democracy or a<br>fascist dictatorship, or a parliament, or a communist dictatorship. <br>Voice or no voice, the people can always be brought to the bidding of<br>the leaders. This is easy. All you have to do is tell them they are<br>being attacked, and denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism and<br>for exposing the country to danger. It works the same in every<br>country.”<br> --- Hermann Goering, Hitler’s Reich Marshall<br>It worked uhfortunatly. Hi ho hi ho..its off to war we go....<br> <br><br>
Here's to the crazy ones.<br><br> The misfits.<br> The rebels.<br> The troublemakers.<br> The round pegs in the square holes.<br><br>The ones who see things differently.<br><br>They're not fond of rules.<br> And they have no respect for the status quo.<br><br>You can praise them, disagree with them, quote them,<br>disbelieve them, glorify or vilify them.<br>About the only thing you can't do is ignore them.<br><br>Because they change things.<br><br><br> They invent. They imagine. They heal.<br> They explore. They create. They inspire.<br><br>They push the human race forward.<br><br>Maybe they have to be crazy.<br><br>How else can you stare at an empty canvas and see a work of art?<br>Or sit in silence and hear a song that's never been written?<br>Or gaze at a red planet and see a laboratory on wheels?<br><br>While some see them as the crazy ones, we see genius.<br><br>Because the people who are crazy enough to think<br>they can change the world, are the ones who do.<br>[color:red]Cheers you wacky wench</font color=red> <br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Book two to Bogota!<p><hr></blockquote><p>Will do if things don't go well 1/9/09 but there will be a small detour to Australia....got to have a visit with the other wacky [who has been MIA here] <br><br>
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