It always helps one nut when endorsed by another. This is Dennis Kucinich’s moment.
Penn was set to deliver “a blistering indictment of political leaders and an impassioned endorsement of Presidential proportions,” according to a Kucinich press release.
In the speech entitled, “Piano Wire Puppeteers,” Penn railed against not only President Bush, but Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton.
“While I’m not a proponent of the Death Penalty, existing law provides that the likes of Cheney, Bush, Rumsfeld and Rice, if found guilty, could have hoods thrown over their heads, their hands bound, facing a 12-man rifle corps executing death by firing squad,” Penn said.
The crowd laughed and threw rocks, bottles, rotten tomatoes and anything else that wasn’t bolted down in an orgy of enraged moonbattery.
The ridiculous display was the backdrop for a “major political statement” in the People’s Republic of San Francisco by Sean Penn announcing his endorsement for Dennis Kookspinach, but…
Penn has donated $4,600 to John Edwards’ campaign and $2,300 to Kucinich during this cycle, per FEC campaign finance data, NBC’s Domenico Montanaro said.
Someone’s confused. Maybe Ron Paul will take Penn for a ride on his magical blimp for this deranged lefty’s speaking truth to power. Thanks for the laugh, Sean. You missed your calling. You should have been a patient in a sanitarium. It’s not too late. This was a fine audition.