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MTV casting call: Lights, camera, young Obamacare stooges!

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By Michelle Malkin  •  October 7, 2010 09:49 AM

Places, everyone. Places. The Democrat water-carriers at MTV need to fill a town hall for Dear Leader and they are looking for young Obamacare Kabuki theater actors and actresses to do the job no informed young person ought to be doing. In typical something-for-nothing fashion, the youth “jobs” offer “no pay.” Via Jim Geraghty:

PRESIDENT OBAMA TOWN HALL, MTV

MTV, BET and CMT are casting the audience for town hall meeting with President Obama. Shooting Oct. 14, 4 p.m. in Washington, D.C.

Seeking—Audience Members: males & females, 18+.

To apply, email townhallaudience@mtvnmix.com and put “Town Hall” in the subject line. To ensure that the audience represents diverse interests and political views, include your name, phone number, hometown, school attending, your job and what issues, if any, you are interested in or passionate about. Also, provide a recent photo and short description of your political views. Submission deadline: Oct. 14. No pay.

Presumably, the photo requirement is intended to avoid the unfortunate, nauseating Obamacare naked cheerleading ads from Campus Progress that Doug Powers subjected us to yesterday.

Blech.

To quote a famous MTV star: Now, that’s a situation.

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