Movie “loosely based” on Howard Dean in the works

The two Hollywood lefties who are in talks to do the movie? George Clooney and Leonardo DiCaprio. Clooney would direct and produce, and DiCaprio would play the lead role.

DiCaprio is a Goracle wannabe, while Clooney is a popular Hollywood leftist infamous in conservative circles for making the following disgusting remark about Alzheimer’s sufferer and gun rights supporter Charlton Heston back in 2003:

“Charlton Heston announced again today that he is suffering from Alzheimer’s.”

When Smith asked the actor if he went too far with his remarks, Clooney — who’s against the gun lobby — responded, “I don’t care. Charlton Heston is the head of the National Rifle Association; he deserves whatever anyone says about him.”

Yet he got upset when the chairman of the Kentucky 4th District Republicans used one of his movies in an innocent quip about how Clooney’s father Nick wasn’t going to win the Congressional seat he was seeking (for the record, he didn’t win).

More Looney Clooney quotes:

He says President Bush would fit in just fine with New Jersey’s favorite crime family.

“The government itself is running exactly like the Sopranos,” he tells talk-show host Charlie Rose tonight.

Clooney says Bush has cut deals with France and Russia so the United Nations Security Council won’t complain when “we go into a war [with Iraq] and kill a lot of innocent people.”

“[Bush says,] ‘France, you’re getting the pipelines,'” Clooney quips. “Are we going to try and talk [to Saddam Hussein] without jumping in and killing people first?” asks Clooney. “I don’t believe we’re going to wait until the last resort to do it. That’s what bothers me.”

Hmmm. From the sounds of things, maybe it’s DiCaprio who should be directing and producing, and Clooney playing the Dean role, because he sounds just like him.

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