Via Foreign Policy:
Forget Bruce Wayne. I think Dubya (Bush min anm) is actually the Caped Crusader. In her excellent review of "The Dark Knight" the latest in the Batman franchise, Slate scribe Dana Stevens writes, "[T]he movie seems to arrive at much the same conclusion about Batman as Americans have about Bush: Thanks to this guy, we're well and thoroughly screwed".
|Lives in an enormous mansion attached to a vast secret underground complex
|His Arch nemesis is _____ whose goal is to ______.
|The Joker; "burn down the world"
|Al Gore; warn the world about global warming
|His parents were:
|Killed by a small-time criminal.
|Threatened by a small-time dictator.
|Commits himself to an aggressive plan to rid the world of evildoers.
|But his plan subsequently backfires, making him extremely unpopular.
|When innocents are killed, as a result of his actions, he:
|Broods, considers hanging up his cowl
|Quits playing golf
|Builds a massive surveillance network, which upsets his most loyal employees.