What Their Favorite Movies Reveal About Our Political Leaders

You can tell a lot about a person by the books they read. A person’s choice of books offers a microcosm into the workings of their mind. However, if you really want to know what someone is like, study the movies they watch. Movies play on the emotions, hence a person’s choice in movies is like an X-ray into their heart and soul. With that in mind, here is a list of famous political figures and their favorite movies. Draw your own conclusions.
Jay Carney and Claire Shipman: REDS
Scott Walker: COURAGEOUS
Dan Quayle: FERRIS BUELLER’S DAY OFF (No fooling)
Harry Reid: DAMIAN: OMEN II
Ted Cruz: MR. SMITH GOES TO WASHINGTON
Dianne Feinstein: BLOODY MAMA
Huma Abedin: KISS OF THE SPIDER WOMAN
Anthony Weiner: LITTLE BIG MAN
Joe Biden: LITTLE CAESAR
Elizabeth Warren: POCAHONTAS
Ronald and Nancy Reagan: IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE
George and Laura Bush: CLUELESS
Bill and Hilary Clinton: PINOCHIO
Barack and Michael Obama: THE CRYING GAME

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0 responses to “What Their Favorite Movies Reveal About Our Political Leaders

  1. VERY clever & entertaining! I thought this was “real” esp. seeing the disclaimer for Dan Quail…..but, when I got to Elizabeth Warren & “Pocahontas,” I knew I’d been “had.” 🙂 Fun!

     
  2. PS…. I’m a little slow & too trusting…I SHOULD have figured it out at Anthony Weiner. 🙂

     
  3. Mike, are you pulling our leg? Or is this real? Wow! 😀

    Anthony Weiner: LITTLE BIG MAN

    Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!!!!

     
  4. “Barack and Michael Obama: THE CRYING GAME”
    Brilliant, Mike!

     
    • Yes, of all your matches, I thought this was truly a gifted insight! My eyebrow began to lift at Dan Quayle, got higher w/Feinstein, maxxed at Weiner, then did a double wrinkle on the Obummers.

       
  5. Odd, Obama has repeatedly said that his favorite movies are The Godfather I and II but not III, Lawrence of Arabia, Casablanca and One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.
    Dwight Eisenhower, Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton all said that their favorite movie is/was High Noon. Clinton liking it so much he screened it 17 times during his time at the White House. Eisenhower screened it several times as well.
    Where was this sourced?

     
  6. Chet, I believe if you look for Mike, the author’s name, you’ll find that he is the source….

     

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