Political spoof provides premise too ...

Political spoof provides premise too absurd for belief

There are 1 comment on the The Indianapolis Star story from Oct 13, 2006, titled Political spoof provides premise too absurd for belief. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

We've seen plenty of "Jon Stewart for president" bumper stickers, and it would be fun to see a straight-talking, scathingly satiric guy like him on the campaign trail against the usual suspects.

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Burger Bill

Indianapolis, IN

#1 Oct 14, 2006
This movie tries to be three movies at once and fails at all three. It's horrible as a romantic comedy, lame as a thriller, and shrill as a satire.

I don't recommend this one, even on video on a cold winter night.

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