I never thought I’d enjoy a love story between 2 robots, but Ann, the kids & i really enjoyed wall-e the other day.
By Kevin Bryant •
July 23, 2008 @ 10:21 am
My, my, my Senator Bryant, I am totally amazed that you represent our state and are still living in the past.It is obvious that you just don’t get it, and are living your sheltered life and not the life of the majority South Carolinians.
I read your 3 mins of fame in the Huffington Post and had to respond to you directly through your website. It was a childish smear, however, the HP story did not upset me as much as your blog on how you and the wife and kids enjoyed the movie WALL.E.
I also enjoyed WALL.E with my daughter, her Father could not come with us, because he was working and could not take time off to spend with his family because the mortgage was due and we needed the income(even though he owns his owns business, loves his family very much and made our daughter cry because he could not be with us. He did what he needed to do to support our family.)
The movie was very powerful, poignant and timely PIXAR message on what is happening today. It’s ironic that you endorse it, as the trailer begins “It is 700 years into the future, mankind will leave our planet, leaving earth’s cleanup to one incredible machine, his name is WALL.E” This symbolizes what the mass majority of Americans have gone through, except instead of 700 years, we have endured 8 years of arrogant greed and reckless abandon in the B-Admin. Thank God, hope is on the way, with incredible and compassionate Barack Obama, as our human WALL.E responsible for the world’s cleanup left by the B-Admin.
I forgive you and may God direct you to His personal plan for you.
One World — RESPECT,
1514 Brookbank Avenue
Charleston, SC 29412