Hollywood CA: Cars was a computer animated comedy/adventure film produced by Pixar in 2006 for Disney Studios. Cars takes place in a world populated entirely by transportation vehicles exhibiting human qualities and employs the voices of Hollywood stars, TV personalities, sportscasters and racing car drivers.
A sequel to Cars, Political Cars shot by an unknown underground film maker features the voices of President Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama, Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum, Ron Paul, Rick Perry, Michelle Bachmann, and Herman Cain. Political Cars takes place in a make believe world populated by politically motivated cars all racing in an election year to occupy a big White House on a shinning hill.
The first part of the film is a demolition derby whereby various conservatively designed cars are eliminated in preliminary race contests. The ultimate winner will take on the Obama. The Obama currently occupies the White House garage.
The Gingrich had a rear end problem because of excess baggage in the trunk. The Santorum was constantly mistaken for the Pope Mobile and couldn't keep up. The Cain dropped out due to bent crank shaft problems. The Perry broke down after a Super-Tuesday competition. The Bachmann is sort of a Femme Fatale that was eliminated by bashing into Gays. The Paul, a 1939 Ford retrofitted with a jet engine, has been reclassified as an airplane because of high flying libertarian ideas. Automobile experts think this car is actually a 1958 Ford Edsel. The Romney was declared the presumptive winner.
The Obama is a green car with liberal blue racing stripes having the steering wheel on the left. The machine has a Dodd/Frank regulated overhead hybrid engine fitted with a stimulus converter that produces lots of talk, only exhausting hot air and comes with an expensive ObamaCare first aid package. The car body is made of recycled plastic bags. Automobile experts put the value of this single seat automobile at $5 trillion. (The First Lady is not an auto race participant, but may be considered like the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders, a pace car.)
The Romney is a red car with conservative white racing stripes having the steering wheel on the right. The machine has a less regulated Bain Capital privately built engine that develops a fiscally conservative amount of horsepower. However, the engine does not run on money! The originally installed RomneyCare first aid package has been removed. The car has been retrofitted with an independent suspension relying heavily on swing state mechanization. The car body is made in America. Automobile experts put the value of this multiple seat automobile as being moderately expensive.
The big nationwide race for the championship is scheduled for early November 2012 (preceded by two national automobile conventions) such that the producers of the film have written a very surprisingly creative ending. The only way to know what's in it is to go to a movie theater near you this weekend!