An angry Republican God turns entire world white in response to Hollywood's moral relativism with regard to miscegenation and fossil fuels.
So, tonight, I'm watching "The Day After Tomorrow". For those of you who are as lazy and disinterested as me, that's a brand new movie that came out like a couple of years ago and it supposedly involves end of the world like climate changes due to--and here's the incredible Hollywood liberal bias part--greenhouse gasses and fossil fuels.
You watch the movie, like I did, about five years after it came out, while doing other things, and really only catching about twenty minutes of a some amount of hours and a bunch of unknown minutes long movie, and you never hear one single unbiased argument for why North America gets turned into a popsickle.
Even worse than that, apparently, and correct me if I'm wrong--because I was drinking beer and talking on the phone, and totally not watching what was going on--but the movie prominently featured a "scientist" who, incredibly, was portrayed as knowing more about the climate than the Vice President, himself!
And virtually no one--and I say that as a person who barely watched the movie and has never spoken to anyone who has seen the whole thing and I also have never read anything at all about it; so I'm at least as much of an expert on the movie as your run of the mill conservative pundit or talk show host--no one mentions the elephant in the living room!
Like five minutes into the movie, when I was almost still paying attention, there's a black meteorologist kissing his white wife!
And no where in the movie, nor in any of the reviews, or any of the scientific Hollywood journals is there any discussion at all that the giant big cold thingies that wreck civilization are, in fact, caused not by fossil fuels, but by the wrath of God at the mongrelization of the pure white race.
I'm sure Nick Kristoff or Daniel Okrent would have been appalled if such a one sided story--even a fictional one--had appeared in the New York Times. It's just one more affront to good evangelicals, and the Preznit, who supposedly represents them.
If Hollywood would like to be taken more seriously by more Americans, if Hollywood would like to regain some of it's credibility, which was so badly tarnished by it's wrongheaded opposition to the Iraq War(which as we now know, was well worth it and completely justified), it could look to, again, the New York Times--hire some evangelicals to write your scripts and represent the conservative, right wing point of view!
You don't have to make a whole movie about God covering the world in ice because some heathen black devil ravaged and defiled a pure, Christian white girl.
But you could at least mention it.