Thursday, October 04, 2012

More Like It

Cleanse your palette from the experience of watching Obama refuse to give Mitt Romney the pummeling he needed to with this new "Lincoln" trailer, which looks MUCH better than the first one:

11 comments:

Lido said...

yeah this does look better, like less "oh hey remember when white people freed black people? gah we're awesome" and more "remember when the president was a bad ass and threw his weight around? Hell Yeah!"

Anonymous said...

Holy Shit that was awesome. Props to Daniel Day-Lewis by giving the president a high pitched voice he was known for.

Anonymous said...

Holy Shit that was awesome. Props to Daniel Day-Lewis by giving the president a high pitched voice he was known for.

capmwgoggles said...

"I AM THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA! CLOTHED! IN IMMENSE POWER!" Hot damn, Lincoln. Color me excited.

David (The Pants) said...

This looks awesome.

Unknown said...

no, its needs vampires. and more black people. and to emphasize that he is a republican

Huntaur said...

Yeah but he would be a RINO in today's Republican Party. It might be Oscar bait, but it looks damn good.

David said...

That cynical, gloomy looking emitting from Barry's face for most of the debate--in contrast with Mittens' intensely radient and lovely smile so bright and youthful that it damn near hurt--has in my estimation hit millions of Americans with the revalation that the stereotypical evil, misogynistic, old and stupid Republican might not be as true as they thought. That chirpy smile had to have at very least penetrated the subconsciousess of even the deepest Obama supporters.

Cyrus said...

"Apprehension seems to exist among the people of the Southern States that by the accession of a Republican Administration their property and their peace and personal security are to be endangered."

From Lincoln's first inaugural address. Sound's like the southerners had pegged him for a socialist. ;)

Scorpid said...

@Huntaur He simply wouldn't be a republican. Democrat more likely then not but even then the politics of 1850-65 don't match up neatly to be compared to now.

Spook said...

Yes, the bold Republican party, thanklessly putting liberal interests and the common man ahead of wealthy landowners and small-minded bigotry.

And legend has it that if you stand by Lincoln's grave and say those hallowed words, "Republican Party", you can hear the faint thudding of him spinning like a top.