Movie News: "Tea Party - Rise of a Million Hitlers"

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Tuesday, 20 April 2010

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Hollywood - known for having the largest population of uneducated narcissists in the world.

HOLLYWOOD - Sources indicate an October movie release for a documentary on the "amazing, irrefutable, and shocking" similarities between Hitler and the Tea Party protestors. The tag line with the highest focus group rating has been "If a million Hitlers each killed a million people, maybe you'd understand the Tea Party threat."

Hollywood insiders believe this movie could be the most expensive ever, with most spending focused on "what can we say and technically beat libel charges." Although the ACLU and the American Bar Association are providing "free" services, the film is projected to spend $400 million on lawyers. The film's backers, Ordinary Grassroots Non-Rich Justice-Seekers with No Political Agenda (OGNRJSwNPA), say they are prepared to spend a billion dollars if they have to.

Writers are saying that legal consultants have been "really helpful." Tim, a Writers' Guild member commented "before the lawyers, fear of being charged with slander would have kept me from using 90% of the screenplay's lines." A few lines include: "One Hitler has a chalkboard-based television cult indoctrination conspiracy appearing Monday through Friday at 5 pm Eastern time on a network whose call letters start with F for FASCISTS" and "another Hitler residing in Alaska was a beauty pageant contestant and held a political office that starts with the letter G."

Janet Napolitano told Spoof News that this movie may be the most important documentary of this century, citing "the violent rhetoric of these extremists truly indicates the millions, if not TRILLIONS, that could die if appropriate authoritarian-style control measures are not enforced." She added "I don't want to cause unnecessary panic, but they are probably close to completion of a nuclear weapon made with the glowing stuff off of watches and wind-up alarm clocks."

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