Skip to comments.Albert Brooks' Tweet Sums Up Everything Wrong With Obama's Russian Invasion Press Conference
Posted on 03/02/2014 5:35:17 AM PST by SoFloFreeper
Comedian, actor and director Albert Brooks usually steers away from politics on his Twitter account where he posts jokes about current events but he made the perfect commentary on Obamas press conference...
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I like Albert Brooks anyway....this solidifies my opinion.
Do you think his supporters in the media will turn on him like they did with Carter?
No, Bammy's race is innoculation against a recurrence of that malady. They learned from that lesson. It's why Hillary was convinced to back off.
LOL! Good one Mr Brooks.
Brooks' birth name really is "Einstein."
I doubt that Albert is really conservative, but he’s always been one of my favorite comedians. He’s also made some great films.
Albert Einstein... and his brother Bob Einstein is Super Dave Osbourne.
Yes, as Obama is likely to find out. Me personally? I don’t care about the Ukraine. It’s a EU problem as far as I’m concerned.
But the other shoe, or the sword of Damocles we’re all waiting to fall now is for China to make a grab.
War and rumors of war. It’s getting near that time. I thought of this when I was grocery shopping today and notice that prices are rising at a pretty good clip. I saw a loaf of bread today for $5.49. It tickled my recollection of what the Bible say’s about bread during ragnarok.
“Real Life” was prophetic, “Living in America” a gem...”Mother” made me laugh out loud—which is tough for a movie to do....and “Looking for Comedy in the Muslim World” is pretty good.
My favorite, though, is “Defending Your Life”...enjoyable from beginning to end—casting Rip Torn was a stroke of genius.
Me too, Defending Your Life and Lost In America are two of my all-time favorite movies.
He was also great in the Simpson’s Movie, as the evil head of the EPA.
EPA Soldier: I’m afraid we lost them, sir.
Russ Cargill: Dammit!!!
[Cargill throws his binoculars at the EPA soldier, who cowers in fear. The binoculars bounce back off the dome and hit Cargill in the face.]
Russ Cargill: Well then you find ‘em, and you get ‘em back in the dome! And to make sure nobody else gets out, I want roving death squads around the peremeter 24-7! I want 10,000 tough guys, and I want 10,000 soft guys to make the tough guys look tougher! And here’s how I want them arranged: tough, soft, tough, tough, soft, tough, soft, soft, tough, tough, soft, soft, tough, soft.
EPA Soldier: Sir, I’m afraid you’ve gone mad with power.
Russ Cargill: Oh, of course I have. Have you ever tried going mad without power? It’s boring, no one listens to you!
Hah! Love your sense of humor!
Of course, you know that I was referring to his surname, which he changed when he began acting.
He was born "Albert Einstein."