I think you used this in 2012, if not 2008. "In the company of the law," indeed.
Doesn't The Penguin win that election? Been thirty years since I've seen this episode running on syndication, but I can recall as a child being very confused and frustrated that the citizens of Gotham didn't see through The Penguins paper-thin ploy. Kinda like every day of my adult life, regarding American politics. Clinton better ignore everything else and address the youth tonight. We are counting on the Bernie voters and the apathetic youth vote, and it's not coalescing. This hits right on the mark, unfortunately the impression it evokes is not one of amusement. People need to wake the fuck up and Clinton needs to do something to wake them the fuck up. And the something is not try to rebut the super villain's lies on television with the facts because the press has determined that facts have no place in a presidential debate.
I think the Penguin did win, and I was equally confused as to how the citizens of Gotham could be so stupid.... and here we are umpteen bazillion years later, and I'm still wondering how the citizens of Gotham could be such fucking imbecilic morans. Riddle me this Batman: Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose.
That probably is the better choice. Though I personally would have gone with this one. The Joker promising literal cash/money to all the rubes while accusing the good guy of being the villain suits Trump's routine.https://youtu.be/0tXQ0agW32M
@RUKidding: When a fifty year-old campy superhero show makes for an accurate portrayal of how low the press will sink and how stupid the electorate can be, it's "Holy living in a Kurt Vonnegut novel, Batman!"
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