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By the way, we are not a democracy either. But everything I ever hear from this Representative is fail, fail, fail. I imagine she has little implant telling her, 'breathe in, breathe out, breathe in..." otherwise she would die from lack of oxygen as she is too stupid to know how to breathe on her own.
Do real people with real functioning minds actually watch this whatever it is?
How dare you question me, I am STATE and my word is sovereign!
What a crock. No wonder I stopped watching SNL 30 years ago.
Thanks again to TheBlaze.com for seeing this. Perhaps the prop man isn't as liberal as the rest of Hollywood? Makes me lol to think how the libs probably thought this was such a hit against Bush. ***Spoiler Alert*** Oh, and for those that haven't read the series, Joffrey gets his and soon. http://www.theblaze.com/stories/george-w-bushs-head-appears-on-game-of-thrones/
Now THAT’s an indictment of the Obama administration if we ever heard one. Now granted, the book the show is based on was written in 1996, so it’s easy to dismiss this as a coincidence. But the inclusion of former President Bush’s head where a less identifiable prosthetic could have been used makes us wonder if maybe the creators spotted this parallel themselves and wanted to push it.
However, the parallel goes deeper. Let‘s restate what’s happened up to that point. A former ruler seen by his opponents as a useless, dull-witted, big spender with too much of a taste for war, but who is basically a good person…(George Bush) And his second-in-command, an honorable man who is also grim and unapproachable…(Richard Cheney) End up replaced by a dangerous amateur with controversies surrounding his birth who shouldn’t be let anywhere near the throne.(Obama)
The new King is Baratheon’s supposed son, Joffrey, whose parentage is a contested subject. Joffrey is a far less than ideal replacement for his father, being young, amateurish, naive and more than a little too pleased with the idea of putting his political opponents to death or cutting out their tongues. In the scene where Bush’s head appears, Joffrey is showing his intended fiance, who is also the daughter of the dead Eddard Stark, her father’s head, which is sitting next to Bush’s. So at bare minimum, the implication is that Bush was killed by an insane tyrant, through no fault of his own
You all are missing something. http://www.theblaze.com/stories/george-w-bushs-head-appears-on-game-of-thrones/ "However, we think there is an unintentional political statement here, and it‘s actually not one that’s unfavorable to Bush. The scene where Bush’s head is seen takes place after two major deaths in the series: the death of the dull-witted, profligate, battle-obsessed and ineffective former King, Robert Baratheon, who despite his flaws as a ruler is portrayed as an essentially decent person, and the wrongful execution of his taciturn, grim and deeply honorable second-in-command, Eddard Stark, who up until this point has been portrayed as the show’s protagonist."
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