Saturday, November 10, 2012

Also loved Burt in Seven Days in May, check it out.


  1. One of my all time favorites--when art imitated life....where have all the movies gone.. Long time ago.

    Obama may be tougher to reckon with than Lyman. He does not experience fear because of his sociopathy:
    Your description of Kissinger's personality is Obama's personality disorder.

    Are you intimating that PETRAEUS is SCOTT deja vu....that life is imitating art, presently?
    If there was an affair, it sounds more like a mid life crisis , a platonic unconsummated "love affair", OR similar to Jon Voight in "coming home".

    PETRAEUS can still come forward. The possibility, however, exists without personal security as a private citizen, what imminent tragic occurrence will befall him?

    Not so long ago, didn't the syncophantic MSNBC aberrrant humanoids give him the moniker, "general betray us" under the allegiance of Bush 43?

    If he sings, that ad hominem will be resurrected & will alter his legacy from hero to rat.
    If he is advised that he will "suddenly" lose his pension, he will stonewall.

    Regardless, his patrotic intentions will never see the light of day.

    I would advise him to take out another multimillion dollar life insurance policy.

    By the way. I recommend you do as well .

    Andrew Breitbart was enough to tolerate...shortly after his superbowl dinner at Bill Ayers & Bernadine Dohrn's apartment.

  2. Lancaster was not considered a great actor, but this role was made for him. Read the Arthur Krock peice in the Times weeks before Kennedy was assassinated and you'll see what Kennedy actually feared from the CIA. In my opinion Krock's peice was written at the behest of Kennedy, and he had been tipped off that CIA was after his scalp.

    The coup that happened on November 22, 1963 wasn't the only overthrow of Constitutional government this country has had, the first being Lincoln's assertion of wartime powers.

    But that it occured in such recent history, and over issues in which the US didn't really have it's survival at stake, makes it a most odeous episode indeed.