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Jeff Spicoli threatens the Messiah

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By Michelle Malkin  •  May 15, 2008 09:42 AM

Anyone know what the French word for moonbat is?

It’s that time of year again when they flock to the French Riviera for the Cannes Film Festival.

Sean Penn opened up the circus with a Spicoli-esque rant about Barack Obama. Actress Natalie Portman served as arm/eye candy and a mob of pandas appeared to lighten things up.

Mon dieu!

At a press conference beforehand, the actor, an outspoken critic of the Bush administration, offered his views on the Democratic nomination race.

Asked if he would be joining other Hollywood A-listers in pledging support for Obama, Penn gave him a less than ringing endorsement and warned that he has an awful lot to live up to.

”I don’t have a candidate I’m supporting and I’m certainly interested and excited by the hope that Barack Obama is inspiring,” he said, but went on to accuse him of a “phenomenally inhuman and unconstitutional” voting record.

”I hope that he will understand, if he is the nominee, the degree of disillusionment that will happen if he doesn’t become a greater man than he will ever be,” Penn said. “This is the most important election, certainly in my lifetime, and maybe ever.”

What is Sean Penn smoking? I mean, what else is he smoking?

Ah, never mind.

Eric at Classical Values attempts to deconstruct the un-deconstruct-ible.

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