No surprise there, since it’s a subsidiary of NBCUniversal.
And of course Disney owns ABC.
I dislike Obama like the rest of us, but this woman doesn't really know what she was talking about. I've seen the show twice, and it's slightly biased towards Obama, but Romney delivers some funny lines attacking Obama. Also, he certainly didn't talk like a nerd. At one point Obama and Romney shake hands, and Romney pulls Obama's hand to his crotch, saying, "This is what million dollar balls feel like." That line got a LOT of laughs both times. Universal warns you (before you buy tickets) that Halloween Horror Nights is NOT for children.
No different than commercials nowadays. The black man is always the cool, smart, have it all together person, and the white guy plays the bumbling doofus. To show it any other way would be rasist.
They are talking about Ball and Ted’s Excellent Halloween Adventure. We saw that a couple of days ago in Orlando. they tried to make the Obama guy look cool but he got a lot of boos from the audience.
Both Universal and Disney have a lot of homosexuals working their shows. It’s no surprise they lean to the left. At least when we were there the audience didn’t let them get away with it.
I saw a Romney sign defaced today
I am thinking of pitting up a 4x8 sheet of plywood with Romney on it
and setting up a game camera (like for photgraphing deer in the woods)
Just for the record, the part you quoted wasn’t journalism, or even the blogger’s words. It was one woman’s review - which is mildly or completely disputed by all of the other Brietbart commenters who also saw the show.