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Tuesday, June 13, 2006

The 2006 NY Senate Race: The Movie

Continuing the grand tradition of Left Behinds casting calls, I give you

The 2006 NY Senate Race: The Movie


KT McFarland: moderate conservative giant-killer, or not even the next Rick Lazio?

No one in our vast nation is as biologically determined to play KT as everybody's favorite Hollywood progeriac:

DJ Qualls

And how about the giant herself, Hillary Clinton? The reason Republicans will have a 16-year run in the White House, or misunderstood Midwestern gal with a Fendi Bag and a bad attitude?

I've always thought Hill bore a striking resemblance (something about their jaws/noses) to

Rebecca de Mornay

But even more fun would be a stunt-casted

Donna Hanover

The other (im)patient Griselda. What's she been up to lately, anyhow? God I hope it's something better than more Law and Order cameos.


Moving right along, never forget Hillary challenger/union leader/freelance writer/bicycling activist/friend-of-Sarandon Jonathan Tasini: A Dennis Kucinich progressive moving the debate to the left, or a vanity-tripping Ralph Nader?

Left Behinds is his rehearsal hall, and for better or for worse, this may just be the future for our very own

Antid Oto

7 Comments:

  • At 2:29 PM, Blogger Antid Oto said…

    Great. I'm sure he gets all the 'tang, that hot hot hottie.

     
  • At 2:53 PM, Blogger Solomon Grundy said…

    Ha I cast you as an ideological lookalike, not a physical lookalike. You're obv a gazillion times hotter.

     
  • At 3:53 PM, Blogger Solomon Grundy said…

    Besides, I can so see you starting your 2024 Senate campaign with a cross-state bike tour.

     
  • At 5:51 PM, Blogger Phoebe Evergreen said…

    Tasini wears cowboy boots. I dig.

     
  • At 7:26 PM, Blogger Solomon Grundy said…

    There's a lot about him that I dig... Didn't know about the cowboy boots, though.

     
  • At 12:14 AM, Blogger Antid Oto said…

    By the way, if you thought Dennis Kucinich moved the debate to the left, you weren't watching the same presidential election I was. That shit was way farther to the right than 2000, even.

     
  • At 2:19 AM, Blogger Solomon Grundy said…

    You're right. I should have said trying to move the debate to the left. In fact, I'll change that.

     

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