An American Carol released this weekend to no advance reviews and terrible reviews from those who’ve actually seen it.
Alas, as we’ve learned from the greatness that is Sarah Palin, “failure” is simply the way that the liberal educational establishment has taught our brainwashed children to say “conservative success”. And there is no greater believer in that than Kathryn Jean Lopez, who every day shows us the real meaning of failure. About those helming American Carol, she says:
I’m persuaded that names like David Zucker, Steve McEveety, Myrna Sokoloff, Jon Voight, Kelsey Grammar, Robert Davi, and An American Carol star Kevin Farley will one day be recognized as revolutionaries.
Ah, yes, how all the great revolutions begin: members of an elite group, holding a petty gripe against other members of the same elite group, drum up a series of lame grievances and then make a quickly forgotten and likely unprofitable statement about those grievances. A month later, everything they care about is rebuked by the voting populace at large, and the most prominent thing any of them subsequently produces is Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.
I think that’s pretty much how the French Revolution worked, too.