Should the cast of “Ocean’s Eleven” really have a place at Obama’s policy table?

bambie

Remember that during the campaign Obama – anxious to collect Hollywood cash while avoiding being painted as the Hollywood candidate – did everything he could to avoid the “celebrity” label that John McCain sought to pin on him.

Clooney played his part, including by vehemently denying a story from Britain that he was in email and text contact with Obama.

Now that the campaign is over, however, all pretence can be dropped and President Obama is soliciting policy advice from not just one but two members of the cast of “Ocean’s Eleven” and its two sequels. Read More

What do you the American people think about the “Ocean’s Eleven” group making policies that we have to live by?

(1) Cube-steak Americans vs. the Wagyu-beef White House

Advertisements

One comment on “Should the cast of “Ocean’s Eleven” really have a place at Obama’s policy table?

  1. Wasn’t Andy Garcia in one of those movies? I think he’s OK. Saw a funny video recently where Maria Conchita Alonzo basicallycalled Sean Penn a moron. Hollywood!

Comments are closed.