Did Obama Save Star Wars?

Posted on November 2, 2012 1:00 pm

So why did George Lucas go ahead and sell Lucasfilm and take Star Wars out of his control? Because of the threat of higher taxes next year, he needed the deal to go through this year. So we thought Obama’s constantly threatening to raise taxes causes nothing but strife, but he may have saved Star Wars. Something to think about.

I thought about it. I hate Obama and his stupid taxes more than Jar Jar Binks (but less than the existence of the Star Wars prequels as a whole).

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8 Responses to “Did Obama Save Star Wars?”

  1. DavidJ says:

    Every cloud has a silver lining…

  2. Raving Lunatic says:

    I want to know where my cut of the 4 billion is. After all, Lucas didn’t build that…

  3. plentyobailouts says:

    Mesa and the emperor obsabama aresa like this. Wesa good friends. Mesa get my monies beforesa wesa has to pay oursas fair shares.
    /george lucas

    Hmmm, disney owns nbc and msnbc, now they own Star Wars. Do you think they will give Jar Jar his own news show?

    Is chrissy going to do the news in his Darth Vader cape now?

  4. Toadroller says:

    How can Obama save something that Lucas already destroyed?

  5. Jimmy says:

    “Star Wars?” Isn’t that were Hollywood actors go hand-to-hand with each other after Obama loses?

  6. hwuu says:

    I have been hating what Lucas did to mess up Star wars since the second movie. But Obama being the JarJar Binks of presidents, he was bound to screw up so badly it fixed something.

  7. Writer says:

    He tries to break the owner whille lining his own pockets and saves the product instead.

  8. CarolyntheMommy says:

    In a Jar Jar voice: Me thinks yousa Democrat people gonna lose on Tuesday. Meesa hope so.

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