22 November 2006

Why Robert Kennedy appears in "Live Revolution" KingCast short film; why "Bobby" will be a success.

While I have quit posting in this blawg I would be remiss if I failed to mention that Bobby Kennedy appears in the KingCast short film "Live Revolution" for 3 reasons:

1: Being politically observant for 2 decades we knew America would soon tire of Republican rule, and then need the most earnest Democratic legend we could find. That's Bobby.

2: Family matriarch Mother Ann liked him the most, over Joe, Jack & Teddy. So did I.

3: He played tennis in the ghetto streets with the likes of Stan Smith & Arthur Ashe -- who told me to go to law school when I interviewed him at Walnut Hills High School in 1989 during his education motivation tour. And that in turn begat the law school nonprofit started by my fiancee and me, the Education Coalition. Click on high-schoolers.

Emilio Estevez has come a long way from Repo Man.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Chris, how is it going? Just wanted to say the Dems are already disappointing me. See this.

Yours truly,
teachergirl

Christopher King said...

Methinks Mr. Rangel is being a bit tongue-in-cheek because he knows deep down that there will be no draft because, as quoted in the piece:

"Rangel, who opposed the 2003 invasion of Iraq, also said he did not think the United States would have invaded Iraq if the children of members of Congress were sent to fight. He has said the U.S. fighting force is comprised disproportionately of people from low-income families and minorities."

Funny I just commented to "Overlawyered" (a Right-Wing fascist board, basically) about this last evening, but they of course did not publish my comment.

Talk left did in fact publish it, and here is what I said:

"C'mon guys you cannot be serious. Rangel is being tongue-in-cheek because we all know that a draft will never occur because the haves will start losing their own offspring.
Jeezlouise.

Now you want to see some stupid lawyer tricks, how about that case in New Hampshire where a (Republican) Prosecutor and a Police Chief labeled an NAACP legal chair an "extortionist," then wound up dropping all charges and both of them get drummed out of office admist ethics investigations of their own?

Now that's a good one.

Read paragraph 3:

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2006/11/kingcast-and-christopher-king-thank_20.html

Too bad they wasted nearly 2 years of my life and untold amounts of taxpayer dollars in the process.

Watch the movies at:

http://kingcast.net

Peace."


Anyway, Charlie's a Good Guy. Let's see how this pans out.

-c