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Wednesday, May 03, 2006 

Geena Davis Honored For "Commander and Chief" (by the UN?)

What planet are we on here? Geena Davis ACTED like the President under SCRIPTED scenarios, SCRIPTED dialogue, and SCRIPTED responses where they had the perfect SCRIPTED results… now we give her a UN award for it? Is this why Hollywood takes itself so serious in political matters? Because the far left feeds the fantasy?

(BREITBART.com) To the strains of "Hail to the Chief," actress Geena Davis accepted an award night for her television portrayal of the first woman president of the United States from an organization which is seeking to turn fiction into reality.

When the star of the ABC television show "Commander in Chief" got to the podium Tuesday, she was given a red, white and blue sash to put on over her gown, similar to one worn by Chile's first woman president, Michelle Bachelet. "This is the coolest thing I ever got! Wow I love it!," she said.

"So many countries have had a female head of state before us," she told the 500 guests at a dinner in the U.N. Delegates Dining Room. "So it is certainly time."

The award was presented by The White House Project, a non-profit organization which works to promote women's voting, political participation and leadership, with a goal of putting a woman in the White House.

And then the cherry on the cake… bold statement with no logic or fact behind it:

"I think it's appalling that we haven't yet [had a female president]. The crime is not that it's taken so long, but why haven't we done it yet?" she said to loud applause from the predominantly female audience that included Martha Stewart and former Maryland Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend.

They have to RUN for office before they can BE President, we can just wish on in there. Good Grief…

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