Wednesday, April 19, 2006

“They’re a new breed of gangster. The new public enemy. The new family of crime.”

Peep the New Jack City allegory:

The CMB [Cash Money Brothers] (GOP) [Grand Old Party] gang is shaking up its structure, as the “I(c)ra(ck)q” situation has just gotten to the point where the public sees it all as a mistake with no end in site.

This is of little consequence, as Nino (George W.) plays the role of socially responsible community leader, demonstrated in his handing out of Turkeys during the holiday season. After all, Nino (George W.) is a firm believer in Christian values: “Am I my brother’s keeper? Yes I am.”

In our contemporary situation where the CMB (GOP) is switching up its leadership, the public can place none of the “I(c)ra(ck)q” blame on Nino (George W.), as he absolves himself of guilt in that famous courtroom scene: “I’m not guilty. You’re the one that’s guilty. The lawmakers, the politicians, the Columbian drug lords, all you who lobby against making drugs legal. Just like you did with alcohol during the prohibition. You’re the one who’s guilty. I mean, c’mon, let’s kick the ballistics here: Ain’t no Uzi’s made in Harlem. Not one of us in here owns a poppy field. This thing is bigger than Nino Brown. This is big business. This is the American way.”

Yes friends, this is the American way.

After all, Nino (George W.) explained it best when he exclaimed that “You gotta rob to get rich in the Reagan era.” Little did Nino (George W.) know that robbing (oil) to get rich would be the impetus for his administration's destruction.

Lest we not forget the concluding lines of the film: “Idolater! Your soul is required in hell! [Old Man shoots and kills Nino]”.

Let’s see how the real film ends.

Aside: this is an actual tagline from the film: “They’re a new breed of gangster. The new public enemy. The new family of crime.”

How apt.

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