Monday, May 25, 2015

Tomorrowland

We went to the Imax theater to see the Disney movie "Tomorrowland"  It was a movie with a message and was fun to watch.  Although in the entire movie I never once saw a fat person.  I guess they don't exist in Disney's casting calls.  There were black people, brown people, yellow people, white people, red people,  and everything in between.  But not one fat person.  Really.  Go see it and tell me if I am wrong.  Not even in the crowd scenes.

Seeing a fatty in a Disney movie would be like seeing a serious issue discussed by our Democrat Congressmen on their Face Book Pages.  It ain't going to happen.  Just visit Congresswoman Grisham Lujan's page and Congressman Ben Lujan's page.  All they do is puffy news releases.  They give out lots of awards, but no real information on how they stand on an issue.  Oh, they always say they are for supporting our veterans and they like to pin medals on WWII vets, but that is about it.

Did any of them call for jail terms for the leaders of those banks that were just fined $5 billion for ripping off the man in the street.  Nope. Now that is something I would like to see them do.

3 comments:

Bubba Muntzer said...

Exactly right about Lujan and Grisham's Facebook pages. Yet there are plenty of gushing comments from people -- who have no clue what their representatives are doing.

I'd have thought Grisham would post some pictures of her vacation in Azerbaijan. Maybe she still will. Or maybe her opponent next election will.

Anonymous said...

I should go to Grisham's FB page and request the rugs from Azerbaijan. I'd pay $350 for them. That's what she said they were worth. Me thinks the Lady doth protest too much.

Anonymous said...

Tomorrowland was a pleasant surprise. You're right, there were no fat people. I would have to have absolutely nothing to do before I ever went to Grisham or Ben Ray's FB page.