Frontier Former Editor

July 28, 2007

In honor of our fine, upstanding administration . . . .

Filed under: cool stuff, humor, Monty Python, old times, theft is sincere flattery, Third Reich — Frontier Former Editor @ 11:31 pm

I’ve located this clip, featuring Michael Palin as Alberto the G, Graham Chapman as Tony Snow, and John Cleese in a composite of damn near every other scumbag working in the Executive Branch.


  1. john cleese will always have my vote (love the vox pop at the end)

    Comment by nursemyra — July 29, 2007 @ 1:36 am

  2. Sehr geEhrter Senor FFE

    Sieg Heil, der Adler !!

    Ein Reich, ein Volk, ein Adler

    Brilli=ant – Herr Cleese has more Talent in seinem kleinen Finger on a bad day than this Eagle has in all his Talons on several Good Days

    I flatter myself that Nurse Myra und ich think alike on so many things – after all, trust her, she is a Nurse

    und we are not entirely sure vot she has in dem Needle that she is waving so menacinglich an die Welt

    After all, she is a Nurse, so, we should trust her

    Perhaps (unlike you young people) I am feeling the effects of time but even at your youthful age (l’aigle gris snarled enviously) ich denke that you should think more gently about Monsieur Buisson

    – like the rest of us, for all his problems, at least he is doing his inAdequate Best

    Now, with Herr SchickelGrueber = that was never his object

    Yr FFE’s obedient servant etc

    G Eagle

    Comment by G Eagle Esq — July 29, 2007 @ 1:09 pm

  3. doing his best to subvert the Constitution and the republic in a wonderfully Chamberlainian way and to allow the most worthless of his father’s friends to achieve ‘ein volk, ein Reich.’

    Sorry, I guess it’s the stench of that Hahvahd MBA and the advanced agedness of having to read the same old mistakes tried again and again in upper-level history courses . . . .

    Comment by Frontier Former Editor — July 29, 2007 @ 1:50 pm

  4. Actually Herr Adler, M. Cleese, Herr Housepainter and George Numero Duh have more in common than you might at first think:

    Comment by Metro — July 30, 2007 @ 3:25 pm

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