A Bridge to Indictment?

From Sign On San Diego:

ANCHORAGE, Alaska โ€“ A federal grand jury in Washington, D.C., has heard evidence about a remodeling project at veteran U.S. Sen. Ted Stevens’ home as part of a burgeoning investigation into corruption in Alaska, the Anchorage Daily News reported Sunday.

Uh-oh, looks like Teddy (LUNATIC R-AK) might be in a bit of trouble. It’s enough to get your internet tubes in a knot! Oh, well, maybe he can get in line behind Scooter Libby for a pardon or he can build a bridge to somewhere while he is working on the prison chain gang. Oops! Almost forgot, even though Teddy and his Rethuglican buddies would like it otherwise, even Teddy is innocent until proven guilty.
Original DVD cover. (yeah, it seems like only parts of the title survived!)


Filed under Corruption, humor, movies, parody, politics, Republicans, Scooter Libby, snark, Ted Stevens

8 responses to “A Bridge to Indictment?

  1. Hi Nonnie ๐Ÿ˜€

    You sure pick some obscure original movies to work with (according to my limited movie going experience).

    But your remakes all have that je ne sais quoi element that spells potential hit to me.

    Plots that have rethuglians limping along (out the door, mostly), or balling their heads off in front of a microphone, are just too good to miss, the public will be lining up round the block to see scenes like that.

  2. gottagrip

    I say, Amen to that, mikkO. Another (obscure?) winner, nonnie. Great job!!!

    P.S. I’ll be calling you in the next couple of days. Wanna hear how that class is coming…. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  3. nonnie9999

    it’s amazing what you can find in google images. i take a key word, cross my fingers, and hope for the best. old teddy has made such a caricature of himself that he is easy to make fun of. it’s just a matter of trying to limit yourself to just a few of the stupid things he has said.

  4. Friend of the court

    Here’s hoping that the next time Stevens yells, “Hell, no!!”, it will be in a court room and not the floor of the Senate. May that be the reaction to his long and well deserved sentence in his corruption trial.

  5. With prison overflow, they’re going to have to build a separate prison just to house congress and the white house staff.

    another great post.

  6. nonnie9999

    i think they should just put bars around the white house lawn and on the windows. it would save so much time and money. just ship the crooked congress critters over there.

  7. That’s a good idea. Bush has already trashed the place, so we might as well build a clean White House.

  8. nonnie9999

    just think how much the disinfectant will cost, and still we will never get the stink out. best to just start from scratch.