Come to think of it, imagine the savings in Pentagon toys that you could realize, by having a Commander In Chief who could, with great menace, stare, unblinking, into the eyes of an enemy, they'd shit themselves!
Had an 'actor' President before, OK, he played straight man to a chimp, but with Walken you'd have an actor who could.....well, really act.
Fed up at seeing Bush with that cocky walking gait of his, knowing he can barely walk and talk in any depth at the same time?
Well Walken could dance on and off Air Force One! Spike Jonze could do his election campaign videos!
Hell, if there is actually even half serious talk of changing the constitution (ssshhh, don't tell the NRA, they're paranoid enough anyway), to allow the foreign born 'Governator' Arnie to run, why not a better actor, who can articulate properly (unlike Bush, unlike Arnie), who was actually born in the USA?
(Cue Springsteen song).
Walken would be a true 'Washington Outsider', he'd cut government costs by doing much of the White House cooking himself!
He's rich, but he earned it, unlike the born into wealth incumbent.
Srbmod From United States of America, joined Mar 2001, 16888 posts, RR: 51 Reply 11, posted (7 years 9 months 1 week 4 days 1 hour ago) and read 1638 times:
I changed my sig after finding out about the site the other day. Even if it is a hoax, it's a pretty damn clever thing! Even if he isn't running, he'd probably be a better choice than what the Dems and the GOP have in store for us in '08.
Srbmod From United States of America, joined Mar 2001, 16888 posts, RR: 51 Reply 21, posted (7 years 9 months 1 week 1 day 18 hours ago) and read 1410 times:
Quoting Slider (Reply 17): .you know who does the best one IMHO? Kevin Pollack, the actor and comedian. Classic stuff.
He does it in The Aristocrats and while trying to tell the joke as Christopher Walken, he keeps cracking himself up. It's a pretty damn good impersonation; Jay Mohr's is pretty good as well, like in that one Simpsons episode when they go to the book fair and Walken (voiced by Mohr) is reading "Goodnight Moon" to the little kids (Goodnight room. Goodnight Moon. Goodnight cow jumping over the moon." Please, children, scootch closer. Don't make me tell you *again* about the scootching. You in the red, chop-chop.)
ÿou did NOT offend me, whenever I know that US-Americans often feel molested by British-English texts like "we went by the motorway to our flat, and went through the mews with the many colours to the tube" .