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Doughy, fat Hollywood queef to bring down the NRA with a (GASP!) Meryl Streep movie

Well, that ought to be enough to “make them wish they weren’t alive,” as the limp-wristed schlub threatened. That’s how I feel about the prospect of sitting through another heavy-handed Streep propaganda flick anyway.

As far as I am concerned, this is great. I mean it. Good for Weinstein and Meryl Streep. That’s what America is all about. If Weinstein thinks that we don’t “need guns in this country” and that the “NRA is a disaster area” then he should definitely make his movie. I disagree with him pretty vehemently, of course. But so what?

I’d only ask that he does it properly: That is, that he sinks as much money and time and effort into the project as possible. Really stick it to the Second Amendment and to the majority of Americans who support it. Don’t bother with prosaic and quotidian nonsense like politics, contributions, or fundraisers, just put the eggs into this basket and kill Americans’ taste for the right to bear arms in one fell, expensive, dramatic swoop. Bang!

Don’t bother with a weak-tea message of “gun safety” or “common sense,” either. Just put it out there. No guns. Guns bad. Take the guns away. I’m no director, but I think I can see the scene now in which a sheriff goes door-to-door taking away people’s firearms and using the Socratic method to explain to them why it’s for their own good. It could be set in, say, rural Tennessee.

For my money, I think Weinslime ought to use Bracken’s book as the base narrative for his cinematic whining– thereby turning it from yet another pointless fascist harangue into a worthwhile cautionary tale with an important lesson for no-load assholes like him to either heed or get bitten hard by.

Come and take them, you gutless “liberal” pussy.

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5 thoughts on “Doughy, fat Hollywood queef to bring down the NRA with a (GASP!) Meryl Streep movie

  1. I’m thrilled to see such a cluster of Hollywood powerhouses working on this project. I hope that their cinematic virtuosity and the powerful, relevant moral message will replicate the culture-changing success of Reefer Madness or Dawn: Portrait of a Teenage Runaway. It’ll cost half a billion dollars to do it right, but I can’t think of any better use for social activists’ money.

  2. Once he finishes his cinematic masterpiece, the best course of action would be to stick it in a DeLorean, run it up to 88 miles an hour and go back in time to the 80’s, which was the last time anybody gave a shit about Meryl Streep. 🙂

  3. Oh, crap, he’s rousing the Film Actor’s Guild against us. We’re in deep kim chi now. Wailey wailey wail.

  4. I really hope they do. And I really hope they cross the line into libel. And then I’ll sit back and oil my Glock while they lose everything.

  5. A rich liberal movie maker will ensure his movie gets played in every classroom.

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