They really do make it easy, don’t they? It started last night, but is now going gangbusters (or blockbusters). #Democratmovies is trending this morning as Twitter users combine politics with films, resulting in giggle-snorts galore. What would some famous movies actually be called if they were based on Democrat ideology? Perhaps something like “Do the Wright Thing,” “Con Ayers” or “Running on Empty Suit.”
The envelope, please! And the winners are:
The Elizabeth Warren in the Cupboard. #DemocratMovies
— Justen Charters (@JustenCharters) June 30, 2012
#DemocratMovies "Dependence Day"
— Tres Berden (@Tresidential) June 30, 2012
The Manchurian Candidate. #DemocratMovies
Wait, this is a joke? Oh. No, I'm serious.
— Better off Fred (@fredontwittur) June 30, 2012
#DemocratMovies Biden and Bidener
— Derek Hunter (@derekahunter) July 1, 2012
They All Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest #DemocratMovies
— Timothy Salters (@thealtofsalt) July 1, 2012
#DemocratMovies The Lyin' King
— Gregory Smith (@LibertyJustice) July 1, 2012
Gone in 4 Years #DemocratMovies
— Nicole Bender (@NicoleHBender) July 1, 2012
— Max (@maxnrgmax) July 1, 2012
This Twitter leftist is clearly confused.
— Casey (@pari_passu) July 1, 2012
See, the silly Left has once again tried to start a hashtag: #Republicanmovies
— Brent Teichman (@BrentTeichman) June 30, 2012
And, as always, it’s a big, old flop and consists of “gems” like this.
#RepublicanMovies No Country For Old Men … Old Women … Children … The Working Poor … The Disabled … Veterans … Education …
— Cletis Stump (@CletisStump) June 30, 2012
Funny how the #republicanmovies tag consists almost entirely of RT's of a few lame efforts.
— MAMADOXIE (@Mamadoxie) July 1, 2012
Bingo. Bless their hearts. The Left has yet to start a hashtag that conservatives haven’t been able to take over and dominate.