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09-29-05, 07:06 AM
Holly-Weird Preempts Hillary's Bid
Written by J. B. Williams
Thursday, September 29, 2005

NBC successfully designed and launched a primetime series titled ''West Wing'' geared to provide an escape for millions of hardened socialist liberals Jonesing for a Clintonesque ideology fix in the post-Bush election era.

ABC now ups the ante with a new series, ''Commander-in-Chief ,'' designed to prepare the American psyche for our first female president, Hillary Clinton in 2008. The show is scheduled to premier this evening and the American people are supposed to fall head-over-heals in love with Geena Davis, as our nation's first commander-in-chief.

When asked about the coincidence of the timing by The Village Voice, script-writer Steve Cohen responded "I have no doubt she is capable, qualified, and ready to be the president of the United States should she choose to run," speaking of Hillary, I guess?

When I heard about this series in production months ago, I suspected that there might be more to the timing and story line than the typical Hollyweird love-fest with the Clintons. I was right, there is much more to it.

The Village Voice reports "Writer Steve Cohen used to work for her in the 1990s, serving as the then-first lady's deputy communications director." Newsmax reports, “in fact, Mr. Cohen goes all the way back with the Clintons to their very first presidential campaign. In fact, Cohen is so tight with Hillary's top brass that he once shared an apartment with the top Democrat's chief fundraising coordinator, Patti Solis Doyle. In an interview with Newsweek in 1992, Cohen marveled at the exalted positions he and Doyle had achieved.”

“Commander in Chief" creator Rod Lurie tells The Voice that “he modeled his female president not on Hillary, but on Susan Lyne, the former head of ABC who now runs the Martha Stewart empire.”

However former Hillary deputy communications director turned Hollywood screen-writer Steve Cohen, who referred to Hillary as “potentially the next President of the United States,” says "We support the notion of a female president from either side of the aisle."

Ideally, the American people will be unaware or unconcerned with the tight relationship between ABC brass behind the new series and their obvious choice for our next president. But even if the American people know the connections between this show and the impending Hillary bid for the White House, many Americans are accustomed to taking their marching orders from Hollyweird folks already.

Hell, I love Geena Davis! But not even Michael Moore, Steven Spielberg, Sean Penn, and Barbra Streisand combined can make a Geena Davis out of a Hillary Clinton. Can they? Talk about trying to make a silk purse from a sows ear.

Keeping with the modern liberal tradition of subliminal socialist indoctrination via the electronic genius in every living room across America, ''Commander-in-Chief'' seeks to accomplish more than prime time entertainment.

If the American people embrace Geena Davis as a TV Commander-in-Chief, I’ll give them credit for knowing a hot Hollywood starlet when they see one. But if they fall for the overt attempt to “pre-empt” a Hillary run in 2008 by such means, they will have only proven why the founders believed that only men smart enough to be land owners should have a right to vote.

''Commander-in-Chief'' seeks to connect Hillary with all those “soccer-moms” who voted her perverted husband into the oral office, twice. If anyone can do it, Hollyweird can. Wait till you see Geena and Hillary soon campaigning together on a stump near you!

I’m married to a soccer mom. She knows better!

About the Writer: J. B. Williams notes that he is a business man, husband, father, and a writer. His website is at www.jb-williams.com. J. B. receives e-mail at JBW@JB-Williams.com.