Phew. It was only a nightmare.
There, I voted. Your turn now.
Before he turned into a conservative whackaloon, David Mamet created the perfect Mitt Romney speech for the film version of Glengarry Glen Ross. And Alec Baldwin played the perfect Mitt Romney.
There’s no underestimating the Democratic ability to pluck defeat from the jaws of victory, but even with all the Daddy Wingbucks money, attack ads, and racist appeals, Mittens still can’t close the deal. So when Romney goes down in flames in November, I picture another replay of Glengarry, this one with the voters as Jonathan Pryce, Al Pacino as the conservative movement, and Kevin Spacey as Mitt.
Mitt Romney. With Paul Ryan as his running mate. Ho. Lee. Smoke.
The Democrats have proved themselves past masters at the art of plucking defeat from the jaws of victory. But not even Cass Sunstein could show them how to blow this one.
And to think I was in a bad mood this morning.
Click here if you don’t get it. I trust the Mitt Romney connection is already obvious. For the record, I really am interested in seeing Tom Hardy’s performance as Bane in The Dark Knight Rises. With The Dark Knight, Christopher Nolan set a pretty high standard for all subsequent Batman villains.