LIKE TRASH, DEBBIE WASSERMAN SCHULTZ CONTINUES TO GATHER IN THE STREET.
EVEN A COURT FINDING SHE WAS GUILTY OF LYING, TRICKERY AND RIGGING AN ELECTION DIDN'T TAKE OUT THE CROOK:
The Court thus assumes that the DNC and Wasserman Schultz preferred Hillary Clinton as the Democratic candidate for president over Bernie Sanders or any other Democratic candidate. It assumes that they stockpiled information useful to the Clinton campaign. It assumes that they devoted their resources to assist Clinton in securing the party’s nomination and opposing other Democratic candidates. And it assumes that they engaged in these surreptitious acts while publically proclaiming they were completely neutral, fair, and impartial.
A PURGE IS NEEDED IN THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY -- DEBBIE AND HER CRIMES ARE A STAIN ON THE PARTY. SHE MUST BE EXPELLED FROM THE PARTY.
REACHED FOR COMMENT, DEBBIE BARED HER FANGS, GROWLED, AND PAUSED FROM PISSING IN THE STREET LONG ENOUGH TO SNARL, "I CAN'T BE TAKEN DOWN. I AM A RABID BEAST AND I WILL RIP APART ANYONE WHO TRIES!"
DEBBIE THEN ATTEMPTED TO CHARGE AT THESE REPORTERS BUT WE MANAGED TO ESCAPE BY TOSSING SNAUSAGES ONTO THE STREET AND SHE RAN AFTER THEM.
On a related note, glad for Patty's success but James Cameron is correct, WONDER WOMAN was not about feminism not was the character especially strong. Women in James' films have tended to not only be more complex, but stronger as well.
And while I'm happy for Patty's success, surely she doesn't believe she wrote the screenplay.
Because she didn't.
Allan Heinberg did.
It's actually an embarrassing film -- both for being pro-war (that's not what Princess Diana was about) and for refusing to grapple with the world.
It's movie-land. Meaning they set it in WWI because they didn't want African-American characters. And movie-knowledge allows them to get away with that. (Meaning old movies rarely featured African-Americans in anything other than bit parts so the White landscape in WONDER WOMAN -- which is not reflective of the era -- does merge with what many see as the past via feature films.)
When Patty can leave the cartoonish, glorification of war, she might have something to be proud of.
Until then, she should probably shut her mouth or others will step forward to respond as I have done-- this is the first time I've ever commented publicly on that film. (As noted before, James Cameron is a friend.)
The Whiteness of WONDER WOMAN is truly offensive.
(And don't bring up Gal. She's not playing a Jew, she's playing a White Amazon. Do we want to explore the damage done to our society via enforced "passing"? Didn't think so.)
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