- Jan 6, 2010
I see Al Gore as more of Cersei Lannister. No politician is in the same league as Eddard Stark.
It is correct in broad strokes. Also the show contains more stabbing and prostitutes.WanderingFool said:Ive never seen Game of Thrones, but if this is in anyway correct, ill laugh my ass off while driving to the movie store to buy the show on DVD.
endtherapture said:What happened to original version, I originally saw this:
Top to bottom: Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum, Ron Paul, Barack Obama, Stephen Colbert, Sarah Palin, Bill Clinton, Al Gore and George W. Bush.Danarok said:For those of us who are not american, could we get some names to go with those faces? Apart from Obama, Palin and Clinton, I have not got a clue who any of them are.
I think that the only reason Colbert was used instead of Stewart is because of the fact that Colbert formed this SuperPAC Americans for a better tomorrow, tomorrow.Baresark said:Haha, very witty. Though the part of me that follows politics is a bit insulted by the reductionist views of some of the political figures. But, it's all in good fun, none the less.
Edit: I would put John Stewart instead of Steven Colbert. He jokes just as much, but few TV personalities are as knowledgeable about politics as he is. I like Colbert, but he is a small fry compared to John Stewart. That dude does his homework.