Hear me now. Long before Sacha Baron Cohen delved into politics and government as Admiral General Aladeen in "The Dictator," he spent a lot of time interviewing real politicians and public servants under the guise of Ali G for "Da Ali G Show."
Ali G asks the hard-hitting questions that politicians rarely have to face on camera, such as, "Was it worth fighting a war over BLTs?" and, "Do you think people should get more welfare the longer they're on welfare?" Check out Baron Cohen interviewing the likes of Newt Gingrich, Ralph Nader and Pat Buchanan, and be sure to vote for your favorite interview. Respect.
Him be the Green Party presidential candidate in the year 2000.
Why do you think politicians use so many words that young people just don't understand, like "discussion" or "conflict?"
Was it worth fighting a war over BLTs?
Money is better than carrots.
Sir Rhodes Boyson
You have to have good cane.
So legally, should Ruben Studdard be president?
Boutros Boutros Ghali
Is Disney Land a member of the UN?
Him was the leader of the House of Representatives.
Why is it everyone is banging on about the right to vote?