Tu quoque mi fili

I don’t know squad about politics, but from US TV and movies I learned a bit.

George Clooney’s Ides of March will be soon in France and is about to be a hit

And from what I heard it has the same striking fact that I’ve seen before.

You know, when Matt Damon runs for senator in The Adjustment Bureau, or even more

In the Heroes TV series where Nathan Petrelli manages a political campaign.

They always seem to come from nowhere and get to be under the spotlights with no pain.

It’s like the end of Gilmore Girls where Rory follows a campaign of a certain Obama

Or when Neal Caffrey comes in a future mayor’s office and is here to solve every dilemma

A random guy always becomes a political star. Of course, without him, it’d be all worthless.

I terribly need a catchphrase, everybody has one in the US.


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One response to “Tu quoque mi fili

  1. Pingback: The big “job in the US” review: | AC talks about USA

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