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Well, it was a toss up: 49%-49%. Tied going into the last day. Special interest money pouring in from all sides trying to sway the undecideds, but today we have a clear winner. My favorite movie president is…
Dwayne Alizondo Mountain Dew Herbert Camacho from Idiocracy, bitches!
The race was close between Mr. Alizondo Mountain Dew Herbert Camacho and Merkin Muffley from Dr. Strangelove, or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb. The crossover vote secured it for President Camacho, as he was able to appeal to all demographics. Virginia was the state the tipped it in the end.
Some might say that Andrew Shepherd from The American President should have been elected. That guy’s a wuss with his “I have only loved two women” stuff. Or even Thomas J. Whitmore from Independence Day. All style, no substance. We want a Commander-in-Chief, not a Communicator-in-Chief! And who commands better than Dwayne Alizondo Mountain Dew Herbert Camacho? NO ONE. He commands a room, he commands attention and he commands respect. If he doesn’t get it, he’ll whoop your ass!
Get a taste of what he’s all about and why he was the victor in this highly contentious race:
All that said, Idiocracy is an insanely funny movie that is pretty spot on in parodying the stupidity of humankind and especially Americans. Could it be a vision of our actual future? I wouldn’t be surprised. Fox buried it on release and never gave it a theatrical release despite the overwhelming success of Office Space. However, it still has a nice little following. There are plenty of people who have yet to see this movie, which is a shame. It becomes more and more relevant as the years tick on…