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Skip to comments.Woody Allen says President Obama should be granted dictatorial powers (seriously)
Posted on 05/17/2010 1:01:48 PM PDT by redpoll
Woody Allen has a strange take on the democracy that allowed him to become rich and famous.
The "Scoop" director said it would be a cool idea for President Barack Obama to be dictator for for a few years.
So he could get things done without all the hassle of opposing views getting in the way.
(Excerpt) Read more at entertainment.blogs.foxnews.com ...
Right after I get to be Queen-for-Life, Woody.
Sic Semper Tyrannis!
So Woody, you physical and intellectual giant, would you want all of our presidents to be ‘dictators’ for a few years to you know, be able to get things done, or just the presidents you like?
Go back to having sex with your adopted daughter you cheated with and dumped your wife for.
Whisky Tango Foxtrot?
Woody Allen should be forced to sit and watch his last 5 films back to back for 3 days straight.
I would just like to add another comment to Woody...why don’t you just SHUT THE FRONT DOOR!
Gotta be a joke.
From a pederast mind.....
Doc, I think you hit on something here! Maybe we can get the boys down in Gitmo copies of these masterpieces to show the rabble in hopes of a quick confession.
I can see it now. Just make it stop! Make it stop! LOL
Be careful what you wish for, homey.
Looks like Woody needs another 12 year old ... you sick pervert!
I don’t think that Woody is aware of the fact that
many of Obama’s buddies do not like Jews —
should Obama become a dictator, he may not be in a
very good position/
The midget pedophile speaks his Marxist mind.
So it always goes with the left... the goal is, and always has been, power and control.
with the least bit of thought, work or resistance.
Just let them rule is all they want - they don’t want to govern they want to dictate.
Hey Woody, that doesn’t work too well- look at Cuba. ‘Course there’s nothing stopping you from going there.
Oh The Irony: Woody Allen Supports Roman Polanski
by Claire Daniel
Have you heard this one yet? Woody Allen thinks Roman Polanski should be left alone for the decades-old sex crime that currently has him under house arrest in Gstaad, Switzerland. Right Or Wrong? Roman Polanski Speaks Out 
According to Allen , Polanski “was embarrassed by the whole thing,” “has suffered,” and is “an artist and is a nice person” who “did something wrong and he paid for it.”
So there you go. Of course the irony and the humor in this statement is that it is completely what you would expect to come out of his mouth given Allen’s own career-tainting sex scandal. You know, the whole affair and eventual marriage to his adopted daughter. 4 Strangest Celebrity Family Relationships Ever 
But as the bespectacled one said recently, “One must have one’s delusions to live . If you look at life too honestly and too clearly life does become unbearable because it’s a pretty grim enterprise.”
Indeed. Even though Allen is speaking above about themes in his latest movie You Will Meet A Tall, Dark Stranger, his statement has a particular resonance in context to both his life and Polanski’s.
That is a need for a certain moral squinty-ness when it comes to their personal life. It was so long ago... the heart wants what the heart wants... but they make such good art!
So forget about the icky parts. Forget about absolutism. Forget even, if you can, that Polanski’s sexual misconduct was most likely more than a once-off affair. (The latest news  has it that the British actress Charlotte Lewis has accused Polanski of sexually abusing her “in the worst possible way” when she was 16 at his Paris apartment in the 1980s.)
They can. Can you?
Another pedophile for Obama!!!
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