Film Release: Mr. Bayh Goes Away From Washington

A new film documents the heart-warming journey of Evan Bayh, a midwest American Everyman from the Hoosier State, who leaves a dead end job as a US Senator and makes his way into the hallowed halls of K Street and Fox News where he becomes America’s greatest political analobbyist. It is a story of personal transformation as Mr. Bayh is finally able to shed the terrible burden of having to pretend to serve the interests of ordinary people and arrive at his true state as a well-paid shill for corporate overlords. The sense of relief from his own duplicity is palpable when Mr. Bayh finally escapes the US Capitol, with its loud cacophony of conflicting partisan opinions and the messy charade of democracy, and he finally arrives safely at Fox News with it’s single-minded analobbyist chorus producing shrill harmonies celebrating the true glory of America.

“It is a shame that Jimmy Stewart couldn’t be resurrected and forced to play Evan Bayh. This is finally the Conservative answer to Mr. Stewart’s worst movie,” says Bill O’Reilly.

“It is like an American ‘Slumdog Millionaire,'” says Charles Krauthammer.


~ by mcgrenerex on March 16, 2011.

3 Responses to “Film Release: Mr. Bayh Goes Away From Washington”

  1. As a Hoosier, I’m so ashamed to be connected with this dipsh*t. His father, Sen. Birch Bayh, was an old school Democrat back when political parties may have meant a little more than they do now. When the neoconservatives road into town on the coat tails of Ronald Reagan, Daddy Bayh lost the 1980 election to a certain, ugh, Dan Quayle.

    • Thanks for reminding me about Dan Quayle’s contribution to American history, Marlboro…The Bayh story is deeply sad and emblematic of America’s 30 year fall from grace…not that the US senate was ever a bastion of purity, but when a job as a senator can be so casually and hypocritically cast aside for Fox news and K street, well…what can we say…

  2. Really Gr8 ! Thanks For sharing..

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